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ANNUAL 



NORTH CAROLINA 

BAPTIST 
STATE CONVENTION 



1908 



RALEIGH, N. C: 

Presses of Edwards & Broughton Printing Comi^any, 

1908 



CONSTITUTION. 



1. The Baptist State Convention shall be composed of three male 
representatives from each white Association in the State and one 
annual male representative appointed by the churches for every ten 
dollars contributed to its funds, and of such male life members as 
have been made so by the payment of thirty dollars at any one time 
to the Treasurer for the objects of the Convention. No church shall 
have more than ten representatives. No one shall be a member of the 
Convention who is not a member in good standing of a Baptist church 
in fellowship with us, and no other life member shall be in;.*?.9. 

2. The primary objects of the Convention shall be to encourage and 
support Wake Forest College; to educate young men called of God 
to the ministry, and approved by the churches to which they belong; 
to encourage education among all the people of the State; to support 
the gospel in all the destitute sections of the State and of the Southern 
Baptist Convention; to send the gospel to the nations who have it not; 
to encourage the distribution and study of the Bible and a sound re- 
ligious literature; to assist Baptist churches in the erection of suitable 
houses of worship; to encourage the proper care of indigent orphan 
children and destitute and aged ministers of the gospel, and to cooperate 
with the Southern Baptist Convention in all its departments of labor. 

3. This Convention shall meet annually, on Tuesday after the first 
Sunday in December. 

4. The officers of the Convention shall be a President, three Vice- 
Presidents, a Recording Secretary and an Assistant, a Corresponding 
Secretary, a Treasurer, an Auditor, and five Trustees, all of whom, 
except the Trustees (who shall serve during the pleasure of the Con- 
vention), shall be elected annually by direct ballot. 

5. The President shall preside and enforce order in accordance with 
Dr. Kerfoot's Parliamentary Law. One of the Vice-Presidents shall 
preside in the absence of the President. 

6. The Recording Secretary and his assistant shall record the pro- 
ceedings, collect and preserve statistics of the denomination, and pub- 
lish and distribute the Minutes_ 

7. The Treasurer shall receive all funds represented in the Conven- 
tion; make public acknowledgement of the same each week through the 
Biblical Recorder; give his bond to the Trustees; forward, at least 
once a month, all contributions to their destination; at every meeting 
of the Convention make a full report of his receipts and disbursements, 
and, on retiring from his office, turn over to his successor all moneys, 
papers and books belonging thereto. 

8. The Trustees shall secure and hold the title to any and all property 
belonging to, or which may be acquired by, the Convention and take a 
sufficient bond of the Treasurer. The terms, conditions and amount of 
the bond shall be fixed by the Trustees, and in case the Treasurer shall 



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refuse or neglect to give his bond within thirty days after his election, 
the Trustees shall have power to elect a Treasurer, They shall report 
annually to the Convention. 

9. The Auditor shall, prior to each annual meeting of the Conven- 
tion examine carefully all the receipts, disbursements, vouchers, papers 
and books of the Treasurer, and his certificate to the facts in the case 
shall be attached to the Treasurer's report, 

10. The Corresponding Secretary shall solicit contributions to the 
objects of the Convention, assist the Board of Missions and Sunday 
Schools in the employment and payment of missionaries, and labor to 
promote the cultivation and development of Christian benevolence. 

11. The Education Board shall, so far as it may be able, assist pro- 
mising and indigent young ministers seeking to prepare themselves for 
the more efficient preaching of the gospel, 

12. The Board of Missions and Sunday Schools shall encourage the 
churches to give liberally to all objects of the Convention; so far 
as the means at its disposal will allow, supply all destitute portions 
of the State with faithful and efficient ministers of the gospel; give 
pecuniary aid, as far as can be secured, for building houses of worship 
at proper points in the State, and in cases where pecuniary aid can not 
be given, commend them to the beneficence of the churches; encourage 
the distribution and study of the Bible and a sound religious literature 
in the homes, in the churches and in the Sunday Schools; encourage 
Sunday School Conventions and Institutes; continue, and so far as it 
may be able and the growth of this work may require, enlarge the 
Baptist Book Store, and cooperate with the missionary and Sunday 
School work of the Southern Baptist Convention, The board shall ap- 
point of their number a committee of seven, to whom shall be com- 
mitted the Sunday School work, and the nomination for approval by the 
board of a Sunday School Secretary or secretaries to prosecute the 
work within the bounds of the Convention. The board shall also ap- 
point three of their number who shall be the managers of the Baptist 
Book Store, and as may be necessary from time to time report its con- 
dition to the board. 

13. The board shall be appointed annually, and report to each session 
of the Convention. 

14. The Convention year shall close one week before the annual meet- 
ing of the body. 

15. The Boards of the Convention shall fix the compensation of their 
respective officers, and that of the Treasurer and Corresponding Secre- 
tary of the Convention. 

16. This Constitution may be changed or amended by two-thirds of 
the representatives in attendance at any annual session voting in the 
affirmative. 



OFFICERS. 



PRESIDENT : 

J. B. CARLYLE Wake Forest 

VICE-PRESIDENTS : 

E. McK. GOODWIX • Morganton 

JAMES M. PAREOTT Kinston 

W. E. HARRISOX Greensboro 

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RECORDING SECRETARIES : 

N. B. BROUGHTOX Raleigh 

CHAS. E. BREWER Wake Forest 

TREASURER : 

WALTERS DURHAM Raleigh 

AUDITOR : 

F. H. BRIGGS Raleigh 

CORRESPOXDIXG SECRETARY : 

LIVIXGSTOX JOHNSOX Raleigh 

TRUSTEES : 

W. C. TYREE Raleigh 

G. C. BRIGGS Waynesville 

N. BIGGS Scotland Neck 

C. B. AYCOCK Goldsboro 

D. L. GORE Wilmington 



BOARDS OF THE CONVENTION. 

1908-1909. 



BOARD OF MISSIONS AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

John E. Kay, J, E. Hunter, J. S. Allen, J. M. Broughton, J. D. 
Boushall, N. B. Broughton, C. B. Edwards, A. B. Forrest, S. W. Brewer, 
E. L. Middleton, A, J. Moncrief, F. P, Hobgood, J. N. Holding, J. D.. 
Berry, W. C. Tyree, C. J. Hunter, W, H. McGlammery, J. L. White, 
L. W. Alderman, W. N. Jones, J. C. Scarborough, W. A. Cooper, C. M. 
Beach, E. S. Dunn, G. W. Cooper, G. L. Vinson, J. D. Hufham, H. C. 
Dockery, C. M. Cooke, L. D. Watson, A. H. Mooneyham, W. L. Poteat, 
J. T. Pullen, N. H. McLeod, J. W. Bailey, J. P. Wyatt, Chas. L. Smith, 
E. E. Broughton, E. W. Yates, Hight C. Moore, T. W. Blake, L. E. 
Pruitt, R. N. Simms, W. E. Cullom, J. J. Bernard, T. J. Taylor, 
T. M. Pittman, J, H. Weathers, T. B. Moseley, Wm. Lunsford, G. T. 
Lumpkin, H. H. Hulton, A. I. Justice, J. Wilbur Bunn, B. L. Horton, 
J. G. Boomhour, B. W. Spillman, E. A. Sentell, A. H. Sims, E. L. 
Patton, J. Y. Joyner, J. W. Denmark, F. I_ Holloway, E. B. Horn, 
L. G. Cole, W. C. Eichardson, E. L. Womble, C. A. Smith, C. E. Boone, 
Walters Durham, E. T. Vann, M. L. Kesler, E. E. Bomar, C. A. Jenkins, 
E. F. Aydlett, A. Johnson, N. A. Dunn, C. F. Meserve, J. S. Farmer, 
E. E. Carroll, C. H. Poe, T. B. Parker, J. C. Birdsong, J. S. Pearson, 
C. G. Wells, T. M. Arrington, J. H. Tucker, W, E. Harrison, A. T. Cot- 
ton, Whitt E. Stone, P. S. Vann, W. F. Marshall. 

AssociATiONAL MEMBERS. — Alleghany and Grayson, E. L. Doughton; 
Ashe, H. A. Eller; Alexander, L. P. Gwaltney; Beulah, J. E. Jordan; 
Bladen, F. S. Averitt; Brier Creek, N. T. Jarvis; Brushy Mountain, E. 
A. Spainhour; Brunswick, D. I. Watson; Buncombe, A. E. Brown; 
Caldwell, J. V. McCall; Carolina, T. J. Eickman; Cedar Greek, D. C. 
Eogers; Central, A. C. Green; Catawba River, E. McK. Goodwin; 
Cape Fear, C. C. Smith; Choivan, A. F. Eountree; Eastern, C. E. Dan- 
iel; Elkin, J. I. Dimette; Flat River, T. H. Street; French Broad, E. L. 
Moore; Green River, C. B. Justice; Haytoood, J. L. Morgan; Johnston, 
J. M. Beaty; King's Mountain, A. C. Irvin; Liberty, C. M. Wall; Liberty 
and Ducktown, J. F. McGee; Little River, E. H. Ballentine; Macon, W. 
L. Bradley; Mecklenburg and Cabarrus, L. E. Pruett; Mitchell, L. H. 
Green; Montgomery, W. M. Bostick; Mt. Zion, W. C. Barrett; Neuse- At- 
lantic, H, W. Battle; New Foufid, E. H. Hipps; Pee Dee, T. W. Cham- 
bliss; Piedmont, C. E. Maddry; Pilot Mountain, H. A. Brown; Raleigh, 
W. E. Beach; Robeson, C. H. Durham; Sandy Creek, C. L. Dowell; South 
Fork, L. L. Jenkins; South River, John A Gates; South Yadkin, J. N. 
Stallings; Stanly, E. F. Eddins; Stone Mountain, J. S. Kilby; Surry, 
J. G. Burrus; Tar River, N. Biggs; Tennessee River, J. S. Woodard; 



8 BOARDS OF THE CONVENTION. 

Three Forks, J. C. Horton; Transylvania, E. Allison; Tuckaseigee, 
T. C. Bryson; Union, J. W. Bivens; West Chowan, W. P. Shaw; Western 
North Carolina, J. T. Plott; Yadkin, M. L. Woodhouse; Yancey, B. B. 
Eiddle: Wilmington, Geo. E. Leftwicli. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION, WAKE FOEEST. 
W. L. Poteat, J. F. Lanneau, W. B. Royall, W. R. Cullom, C. E. 
Brewer, J. W. Bailey, W. S. Rankin, T. E. Holding, J. B. Carlyle, J. H. 
Gorrell, W. B. Dunn, B. F. Sledd, J. L. Lake, J. C. Fowler, G. W. 
Paschal, L. R. Mills, J. B. Powers, R. E. Royall, N. Y. Gulley, E. W. 
Sikes, W. M. Dickson, J. L. Allen, J. W. Lynch, L. Johnson, W. W. 
Holding, Z. V. Peed, R. B. White, E. W. Timberlake, J. H. Highsmith, 
E. P. Ellington. 



MINISTERS' RELIEF BOARD, DURHAM. 
W. C, Barrett, H. A. Foushee, J. W. Downey, R. H. Rigsbee, A. L. 
Phipps,'w. J. Brogden, J. F. MacDuffie, 0. W. Triplett, J. M. Arnett. 



TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST COLLEGE, WAKE FOREST. 
A. D. Ward, President; C. J. Hunter, Secretary; E. F. Aydlett, J. W. 
Bailey, X. Biggs, X. B. Broughton, C. M. Cooke, W, E. Daniel, H. C. 
Dockery, W. C. Dowd, W. J. Ferrell, A. R. Foushee, W. C. Tyree, 

F. P. Hobgood, J. N. Holding, J. D. Hufham, S. Mclntyre, E. Y. Webb, 
J. T. J. Battle, L. Johnson, J. W. Lynch, R. H. Marsh, C. W. Mitchell, 

G. A. Norwood, Jr., J. M. Parrott, J. B. Richardson, R. E. Royall, J. C. 
Scarborough, J. A. Campbell, J. F. Spainhour, E. W. Timberlake, J. H. 
Tucker, R. T. Vann, R. P. Thomas, John A. Gates, G. E. Lineberry, 
E. F .Watson. 



TRUSTEES BAPTIST UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN, RALEIGH. 
W. N. Jones, President; C. E. Holton, Vice-President; John E. Ray, 
Secretary; John T. Pullcn Treasurer; J. W. Bailey, S. W. Brewer, E. 
McK. Goodwin, A. J. Moncrief, J. N. Holding, Carey J. Hunter, Living- 
ston Johnson, J. Y. Joyner, M. L. Kesler, W. C. Tyree, W. L. Poteat, 
J. D. Boushall, N. B. IBroughton, W. E. Daniel, R. W. Winston, Fred 
D. Hale, C. B. Justice, R. N. Simms, 0. L. Stringfield, Stephen Mc- 
lntyre, T. S. Franklin. 



TRUSTEE^ OF THE ORPHANAGE, THOMASVILLE. 
F. P. Hobgood, President; J. A. Durham, H. F. Shenck, C. E. Holton, 
John C. Whitty, Henry C. Dockery, J. S. Montague, Thomas Carrick, 
R. A. Spainhour, Noah Biggs, E. F. Aydlett, John C. Scarborough, 
John E. Ray, Stephen IMcIntyre, C. W. Mitchell, J. W, Noell, C. L. 
Havwood, J. H Tucker. 



PROCEEDINGS 
North Carolina Baptist State Convention. 



Seventy-eighth Annual Session. 



WiLsoA-, X. C, December 9, 1908. 

Tlie seventj-eighth annual session of the Xorth Carolina 
^Baptist State Convention assembled according to appoint- 
jnent in the meeting-honse of the First Baptist Church at 
7:30 p. m. 

After devotional exercises, led bv J. D. Hufham and W. 
C. Tyree, the annual sermon was preached by William Luns- 
ford, of Asheville. Theme : "The Holy Spirit as the Preach 
ei-'s Helper." 

The Convention was then called to order by J. B. Carlyle, 
President of the previous Convention, who appointed the fol- 
lowing Committee on Enrollment: Ivey Allen, L. G. Cole. 
O. P. Dickinson, J. H. Highsmith, C. Elam, J. D. Boushall,' 
J. G. Gregory and Walters Durham. 

The committee immediately performed its duty and re- 
ported 244 messengers present at this hour. 

On motion of F. P. Hobgood the Secretary was instructed 
to cast the ballot of the Convention for J. B. Carlyle for 
President, which being done, Brother Carlyle addressed the 
Convention. 

On motion of A. Johnson the President appointed a com- 
mittee to nominate the remaining officers of the body. The 
following were named on the committee: A. Johnson, J. H. 
Tucker, B. Craig, T. H. King and J. E. Bay. 

At this point welcome was extended the Convention by J. 
T. Jenkins, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Response 
on the part of the body was made by J. C. Kittrell, of Hen- 
derson. 

A. Johnson, for the Committee to IsTominate Officers, re- 
ported as follows : 



10 -T. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEXTIOX. 

Vice-Presidents — E. McK. Goodwin, James M. Panott, W. E. Harri- 
son. 

Recording Secretaries — X. B. Broughton, Chas. E. Brewer. 
Corresponding Secretary — Livingston Johnson. 
Treasurer— Walters Durham. 
Auditor — F. H. Briggs. 

M. L. Kesler, for the Comniittee on Order of Business,. 

made the following report, which was adopted : 

ORDER OF BUSINESS. 

Wedxe«day. 
7 : 30 p. m. — Sermon. 
8:30 p.m. — Organization. 

Thursday. 

9:00 a.m. — Devotional Exercises. 

9:30 a. m. — Report of Board of Missions and Sunday Schools. 

Report of Board of Education. 
10:00 a.m. — Ministers' Relief Board. 
10:30 a.m.- — Sunday Schools and Sunday School Board. 
11:30 a.m. — Ministerial Education and Seminary. 

3:00 p.m. — Recognition of new pastors and visitors. 

3:30 p.m. — Wake Forest College. (Report of Board of Trustees. >■ 

7 : 30 p. m.^Orphanage. 

8:30 p.m. — Home Missions. 

Friday. 

9:00 a.m. — Devotional Exercises. 
9:30 a.m. — Biblical Recorder. 
10:30 a.m. — State Missions. 
3:00 p.m. — Miscellaneous. 
3:30 p.m. — Baptist University for Women. 

Report of Board of Trustees. 
7 : 30 p. m. — Woman's Work. 
8:00 p. m. — Foreign Missions. 

Saturday. 

9:00 a.m. — Devotional Exercises. 
9:30 a.m. — Miscellaneous Business. 
10:00 a.m. — Denominational Schools. 
11 :00 a. m. — Obituaries. 

M. L. Kesler, 
W. C. Tyree, 
J. F. McDuffie, 
L. Johnson, 
J. C. Scarborough, 

Committee.. 



MINUTE 8 OF SESSION 1908. 11 

The following committees were named by the President : 

Sunday Schools — C. L. Smith, N. B. Broughton, C. W. Scarboro, 
S. L, Morgan, G. T. Lumpkin, C. S. Wooten, J. T. Watts. 

Ministerial Education — G. E. Lineberry, J. W. Lynch, M. L. Kesler,^ 
C. H. Durham, M. A. Adams, J. D. Larkins, Jesse McCarter. 

The Convention then adjoiimed with benediction by J. D. 
Hufham. 



SECOITD DAY— Morning Session. 

Wilson, N. C, December 10, 1908. 

The Convention assembled at 9 a. m. ; devotional services 
were conducted by Adiel J. Moncrief, of Raleigh. 

Livingston Johnson presented the report of the Board of 
Missions and Sunday Schools as follows: 

Report of Board of Missions and Sunday Schools. 

"0 clap your hands all ye people, shout unto the Lord, with the voice 
of triumph!" 

Never in its history, has the Board of Missions had greater cause 
for praise and thanksgiving, than it has to-day. "The Lord hath done 
great things for us, whereof we are glad." 

In our work this year we have been confronted by many difficultiea 
and discouragements. The Associations with few exceptions, have not 
been up to the average. While the attendance was, perhaps, as large as 
usual, there was a noticeable lack of interest and enthusiasm. Very 
little advancement was made in the pledges for next year, and, until 
within the last week, there was a falling off in contributions to all Mis- 
sion objects. There were several causes for this. The panic undoubtedly 
affected collections, especially in our town churches. Some of our 
strongest and most liberal churches fell behind in all their contribu- 
tions. Two elections this year — the prohibition election in May, and 
the general election in November, awakened a statewide interest, and 
diverted the minds of many of our people from the general work of 
the denomination. 

In the opinion of your board, the abovd are the chief causes that pro- 
duced such an alarming apathy on the part of many of our churches. 
Two weeks before the books closed all indications pointed to a five 
thousand dollar debt, while a week later it seemed barely possible to 
reduce the indebtedness to two thousand five hundred dollars; but 



12 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

two or three days before the end of the year, the hearts of our people 
were touched by the Spirit of God. 

The treasurer's books closed with $37,503.27; since then sufficient 
funds have come in for State Missions and Sunday Schools to bring 
the amount up to $38,101.27, a slight increase over last year. 

With the Psalmist we can say: "0 sing unto the Lord a new song; 
for He hath done marvelous things; His right hand and His holy arm 
hath gotten Him the victory!" 

Amid the discouragements referred to above, we have had all through 
the year many tokens of God's favor. Gracious meetings have been 
held throughout the State. From mission fields, at home and abroad, 
have come reports of conversions and ingatherings. 

STATE MISSIONS. 

A new association has been organized by cutting off the southern 
section of the Tar River Association. As the Roanoke River runs 
through the territory covered by the new Association, it has been 
appropriately called "The Roanoke." This Association embraces most 
of the mission territory of the old Tar River. At their first session, 
which was held in Rocky Mount, they addressed themselves earnestly 
to the work of meeting the destitution within their bounds. Although 
there are only forty-nine churches in the new Association, they pledged 
as much for Associational Missions as was pledged by the Tar River, 
with a hundred churches, a year ago. 

We have had on our roll this year 153 missionaries. Of course, 
associational missionaries, who make their reports to the board, are 
included in this number. These men have been at work in every 
section of the State. Forty-eight of the sixty-one associations have had 
mission work done within their bounds this year. We here submit a 
summary of tbi work done by the missionaries. It should be stated 
that the reports cover but nine months. Heretofore the last quarter 
«nded October the 31st, while this year the last quarter closes the 31st 
of December. Hereafter a full year's report will be made. 

Number of sermons preached 9,692 

Churches supplied 281 

Out stations supplied 135 

Religious visits 16,970 

Baptisms 2,047 

Added by letter 1,150 

Conversions 2,934 

Protracted meetings held 405 

Churches building 48 

Churches finished 26 

Churches organized 11 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 13 

FUNDS RAISED BY MISSIONARIES. 

Paid on salary $16,485.39 

Paid on cliinehes 14 459.42 

State Missions 2 383.36 

Associational Missions 1 154.9s 

Foreign Missions ; . . 2 151.21 

Home Missions j 352.02 

Education 408.27 

Orphanage : 1,737.34 

Sunday Schools 295.41 

Ministerial Relief 350.57 

Other objects 5,581.28 

Total $46,369.25 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS OX MISSION FIELDS. 

Number of schools 375 

Pupils 20,739 

OflBcers and teachers 1 867 

Conversions 1 526 

Number of church members in Sunday School 2,758 

Number of schools organized 67 

Contributions for expenses $2,988.61 

Contributions to State ]Missions 54.97 

Contributed to Orphanage ;..... 315.00 

Other objects 2,155.18 

If a full year's work had been completed at the rate shown in this 
report, we would have had 2,729 baptisms, a gain of 457; and 3,912 
conversions, a gain of 683. There is an advance also, in contributions. 
The mission points raised for all purposes, $46,684.29 in nine months, 
or at the rate of $62,244.64, a gain, had the year been completed, of 
$5,736.71. The financial advancement was largely in contributions to 
the objects of the Convention. The mission points lacked only $12.88 
of contributing as much in nine months this year as they gave during 
the whole of last year. 

These figures show, that while the churches as a whole have fallen 
back in their contributions, the mission points have increased in their 
liberality. 

WORK OF EVANGELISTS. 

Brethren Craig and Bradshaw did faithful and effective work. The 
demands for their services were so numerous and urgent, that they 
did not take time for much needed rest. During the heaviest of the 
associational work the evangelists aided the Secretary, and were warmly 
received and gladly heard by the associations which they visited. 

Following is a tabulated statement of their work: 



14 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVSyTIOX. 

Meetings held 40 

Confessions 734 

Baptisms ' 508 

Eeceived by letter 95 

Eestored 27 

Collected for State Missions $1,257.21 

Traveling expenses •. 208.24 

The total expense was $2,608.24 

They collected for State Missions: 1,257.21 

Actual cost of work above receiptss $1,351.03 

Numbers of invitations come from the stronger churches and if these 
invitations were accepted, this department would be more than self- 
sustaining. The policy of the board is to send the evangelists to mis- 
sion points, to aid the missionaries who could not otherwise secure the 
services of strong men. We do not believe it is the mission of the 
board to employ evangelists for churches that are not mission points. 
The evangelists held two or three meetings with self-sustaining churches 
this year, but this was permitted because no mission points asked for 
their services for those dates. 

We are of the opinion that the evangelist for the West should give 
practically all his time to the work of enlisting and developing the 
churches. 

CHURCH BUILDINGS. 

As is stated in another part of this report, there are in course of 
construction forty-eight houses of worFliip, and twenty-six were finished 
this year. For some time the board has seen the necessity of building 
on our mission fields churches that were better adapted to the pur- 
poses of worship, but these churches were not able to pay an architect 
for drawing plans. A short time since the Corresponding Secretary 
Avrote Mr. J. M. McMichael, a member of the First Baptist Church 
of Charlotte, and one of the best architects in the State, and suggested 
that he could aid the cause of State Missions in a very pracical way 
by preparing and donating to the board, plans and specifications to be 
furnished mission points which contemplate building. Mr. McMichael 
very generously complied with this request, charging only cost for the 
material used. An excellent set of plans is in the office of the Secre- 
tary. They are flexible, and can be suited to houses ranging in cost 
from $1,500 to $10,000. These plans will be furnished by the board 
free of cost to mission points only, with the understanding, of course, 
that they will be returned to the board in good condition. 

BIBLES, BOOKS AND TRACTS. 

We hereby acknowledge our indebtedness to the Sunday School Board 
for valuable donations of Bibles, books and tracts. These have been used 



MINUTES OF SESSION 190S. 15 

by the missionaries to great advantage. Especially helpful have been 
the tracts on baptism and the Lord's Supper. The former was written 
by Dr. Frost and the latter by Rev. George VV. Truett. Two shipments 
of these tracts have been distributed and many of the missionaries 
are asking for a third supply. The money value of these donations 
■was something over $300, 

DANGEROUS DELAY. 

For eight years the board has asked that contributions to State Mis- 
sions be made all through the year. The present policy of leaving so 
much to be done during the last few days is unsatisfactory and danger- 
ous. More than one-sixth of the money sent to the Treasurer for Stkte 
Missions this year, came in on the last day of the conventional year, 
and more than one-third the last week. 

It is very unwise in many respects to cause so much to depend on 
the last few days. It makes it necessary to resort to high pressure 
methods in raising the money. To U compelled to raise such a large 
amount in a week or a day, even granting that it can always be done 
IS an abnormal and unhealthful condition. It creates deep anxiety 
throughout the State as to what the final outcome will be, Althou^^h 
the suggestion that we take quarterly collections for State Missions, 
which the board made last year, and the Convention adopted, appears 
to have been unheeded, we make bold to repeat it with increased 
emphasis. Something must be done to change our present methods, 
or, in the end this dangerous delay will resut in disastrous debt. 



FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

We are sorry to report that contributions to Foreign Missions have 
fallen behind. Last year the Treasurer received for Foreign Missions 
$35,094,91, while the receipts this year have reached but $33 295 80 
a loss of $l,799.n. This decline in contributions does not indicate 
that there is any loss of interest on the part of our people in Foreign 
Missions; but is unquestionably due to the financial stringency through 
which the whole country has been passing. No other department of our 
mission work suffered as did Foreign Missions. Larger single contribu- 
tions are made to Foreign Missions than to any other object. Many 
of our town churches, which have been giving large amounts to Foreign 
Missions have, because of financial pressure, reduced their gifts. The 
reduction of a hundred or two dollars by each of several churches, 
would account for the loss. Fortunately, we will have an opportunity 
to "redeem the time" so far as Foreign Missions is concerned. The 
boards of the Southern Baptist Convention do not close their books 
until the first of May. By turning our attention to the work of our 
general boards, we may not only gain what we have lost, but go on to 
the $40,000, which we have fixed as our aim for Foreign Missions. 



16 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

There is undoubtedly a growing interest among our people in world- 
wide evangelization. Mission institutes have been held in a number 
of places during the year, and the attendance upon these institutes 
attests the interest of our people in Foreign Missions. Mission study 
classes have been formed in many places, and large numbers of our 
people are making earnest and systematic study of the mission fields, 
their needs and opportunities. 

In the forward movement for the world's evangelization North 
Carolina must not, will not, lag. During the last decade we have gone 
from eight to fourth in the list of States. This shows a gratifying 
growth in interest, which must not be checked. 



HOME MISSIONS. 

There was a slight falling off in contributions to Home Missions. 
Last year we received for this object $17,429.85, while this year the 
receipts reach $17,001.24, a loss of $428.01. These figures, in the face 
of the difficulties that have been mentioned, are quite encouraging, and 
show that the interest in Home Missions has been sustained. 

In the opinion of your board, the chief work of the Home Board is 
in the rapidly growing cities of the South, especially in those cities 
into which foreigners are coming in increasing large numbers. As the 
South becomes more cosmopolitan, the necessity for its evangelization 
will become more imperative. If the Southland does not strengthen the 
bulwarks of its Christian civilization now, it will be too late to do so 
when the flood tides of the old world sweep in upon us. The baptists 
of the South are more responsible for its future religious condition 
tnan any other Christian denomination. As to what the future of the 
South will be, religiously, depends largely upon the efforts of our people 
within the next decade. In holding the South true and loyal to our 
Lord, we can and will influence the whole world. Some one has well 
said, "As goes the South so goes America; and as goes America, so 
goes the world." 

Through the work of the Home Mission Board Ave have an opportunity 
of doing for the South that which, through the work of the State Board 
of Missions, we are trying to do for North Carolina. 

We can and should, between now and May, largely increase our 
gifts to Home Missions. We trust that the churches will enter 
actively, and without delay, upon a vigorous campaign for this im- 
portant object of our Convention. 

BAPTIST BOOK STORE. 

We are glad to report the book store in good condition. It is not 
making money rapidly, but is a little more than meeting expenses, and 
is on a substantial business basis. We believe our people would give 
to the book store a more liberal patronage if they only realized what a 



MINUTES OF SESSION 190S., 17 

great convenience it is to our denomination. Any book not in stock 
can be secured on short notice. Orders for Sunday School literature, 
sent to the store, are promptly forwarded, and the literature furnished 
at the same price as that charged by the publisher. 

Bro. W. O. Allen is still manager of the book store, and we consider 
ourselves fortunate in being able to retain his services. 

woman's work. 

It is with pleasure that we note the excellent work done by our 
women during the past year. The figures which follow are taken from 
the report submitted to the Woman's Auxiliary Convention, which was 
held in Gastonia last March. Considerable progress has been made 
since then, and if the figures were brought down to date, they would 
make a much better showing. The women are of the opinion, however, 
that it is better to have one statistical and financial report rather 
than two, as in this way confusion can be avoided. Especially gratify- 
ing are the evidences of increased interest in the work of State Mis- 
sions. September was State Mission month. An excellent program was 
prepared by the officers of the Central Committee, and furnished the 
societies on application. Most of the societies observed "State Mission 
Day," and carried out the program provided by the Central Committee. 
Information about our State Mission work was imparted, and an interest 
awakened among the societies, which resulted in greatly enlarged contri- 
butions to State Missions. 

As a special work the Sunbeams undertook the raising of $500 as 
a church building fund, to aid some mission point in building a house 
of worship. This is a most practical way to aid in State Mission 
work, and it enlists the interest of the children by getting something 
definite and concrete before them. 

The conditions in Hyde County were brought to the attention of the 
Young Woman's Auxiliary Societies. It was shown them that we need 
this day three houses of worship in Hyde, and that but little progress 
can be expected there until these houses are built. As we have but 
twenty-five Baptists in Hyde and all of them are poor it is evident 
that funds to build these much needed houses, must come from some 
source outside of Hyde County. The young women decided to raise 
funds, as a special offering, to aid in building one of these houses. 

We hereby express our thanks to the Sunbeams and Y. W. A. 
Societies for their special offerings, and respectfully suggest that they 
make these offerings annually, so long as there are places in the State 
that so sorely need houses of worship and that can not secure them 
without aid. 

We believe it to be the duty of our pastors to encourage, in every way 
possible, the work of our women. The blessing of God has so signally 
rested upon the efforts of the Women's Missionary Societies that we 



18 N. G. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

can no longer doubt the wisdom of their organization. A word of com- 
mendation from tlie pulpit would show to the women that they have the 
sympathy of the pastor, and others who are standing aloof might be 
encouraged by such word, to join with their sisters in the work of 
the societies. 

We gladly give space for the subjoined report of the Central Com- 
mittee. 

REPOET OF THE WOMAXS CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF MISSIONS. 

Summing up the salient points that mark the growth of woman's 
work in 1907-1908, we would note the growing desire and determination 
to spare no pains to enlist all the women of the churches for missionary 
service. At the last annual meeting of the societies the Corresponding 
Secretary of the Baptist State Convention prophesied, basing his prophe- 
sy on past growth, that in ten years the Woman's Missionary Societies 
of North Carolina would be giving $75,000.00 annually for State, Home 
and Foreign Missions. Since the average contribution of the women in 
missionary societies is over a dollar a year, the enlistment of 75,000 
of the 100,000 Baptist women of North Carolina would more than 
bring this prophecy to pass. To accomplish this end we earnestly ask 
the cooperation of all pastors. 

The increasing desire on the part of a growing number to know 
mission fields and needs more deeply has led to the organization of 
a number of Mission Study classes in connection with the regular 
monthly Society meeting. To deepen mission thought, knowledge and 
purpose along this and all other lines of mission endeavor, the officers 
of the Central Committee have met with a number of societies in 
different sections of the State. They hope to continue and extend this 
feature of their work, holding in the spring another series of Mis- 
sionary Institutes similar to the series held during the month of 
November. 

While the contributions to Foreign Missions increase, it is gratifying 
to note a very decided advance in the interest and contributions to 
State and Home Missions. With mission workers everywhere, we are 
sharing the new mission impulse growing out of the belief that "as goes 
America religiously, so goes the world." 

The increase of the interest of the young women, and the growth in 
the number of their societies under the fostering care of Miss Mary 
K. Applewhite, Secretary of the Young Women's Auxiliaries, has been 
a very notable feature of the year. They have as their Special Mis- 
sionaries in foreign fields Miss Sophie Lanneau, of Soochow, China, 
and Miss Beulah Bowden, of Sattillo, Mexico, both North Carolina 
young women, graduates of the B. U. W., and students of the Woman's 
Missionary Training School in Louisville, Ky. For State Missions they 
have taken Hyde County as their particular field for church building 
and are asking for a distinct Home Mission work. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 19 

The enthusiasm of the children's societies, in charge of Miss Eliza- 
beth N. Briggs, Superintendent of Young People's Societies, is delight- 
ful and contagious. For some years it has been the aim of the chil- 
dren to give as many hundred dollars to missions as the women's so- 
cieties gave thousands. Last year they passed this aim, giving more 
than a tenth of all reported by North Carolina societies. 

The growth in the number of Woman's Mission societies in the last 
few months has been phenomenal, especially as this has come more 
from general interest in widely scattered sections than from special 
organization campaigns in any one locality. 

At the beginning of our financial year, March, 1907, we set before 
the societies a plan for a Symmetrical Year, urging them to an equality 
and regularity in gifts the year round, in order that they might do 
their part in avoiding the stress, strain and debt resulting from holding 
funds until the closing week of the year. 

This ideal has been constantly held before the societies with most 
gratifying results, the first two quarters showing close approximation 
to the aims for Home, State and Foreign Missions during that period. 
The North Carolina societies are now represented by four young 
women of the Foreign Mission fields, and have three students in the 
W. M. U. Training School at Louisville. The North Carolina portion 
of the first $20,000.00 for the endowment of this splendid institution 
is not yet complete by nearly a thousand dollars, but we trust it will 
be before the close of our year, March 1, 1909. 

In presenting the figures for the eleven months, April 1, 1907, March 
1, 1908, it must be remembered that the change of time of the annual 
meeting from April to March not only gave but eleven months' report, 
but that the month cut off, March, is the time of Special Offering for 
Home Missions. Subsequent reports proved that the Special Home 
Mission offering was much larger than ever before. 

Of the total $21,546.66 reported below, the Young Women's Auxili- 
ary reported $1,799.05. The Sunbeams, $2,413.28. Notwithstanding 
this gratifying report there is a well-nigh universal feeling that the 
Woman's Mission Work in North Carolina and in the South is as yet 
in its infancy and that the next few years will see growth, as yet 
unprecedented. God grant that in reliance on Him, the years may 
see our faith revealed in fact. 

Miss Faxxie E. S. Heck, 

President. 
Mrs. Hight C. Moore, 

Corresponding Secretary. 
Mrs. Wesley N. Jokes, 

Treasurer. 
Miss IMary K. Applewhite, 

Sec. T. W. A. 
Miss Elizabeth N. Briggs, 

Supt. Young People's Societies. 



20 -Y. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEyTIOX. 

REPORT OF SOCIETIES FROM APRIL 1, 1907, TO MARCH 1, 1908. 

To Foreign Missions $0,751.11 

To Christmas Ofl'ering 2,993.-59 

Total Foreign Missions $9,744.70 

To Home Missions 2,907.47 

To Home Missions. Tiehenor Memorial 119.37 

To Home Mission Boxes 2,222.11 

Total Home Missions $5,308.9.5 

To State Missions 4,802.25 

To Louisville Training School 1,139.09 

To Margaret Home . 121.83 

To Sunday School Board 9.10 

To Expense Fund 3l0.G4 

Quilts from Sunbeams 49.50 

Total .$21,546.06 



SUXDAY SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 

Owing to the resignation of Brother Hight C. Moore, which resigna- 
tion became effective at the meeting of the last Convention, it became 
necessary for the board to select a Sunday School Secretary. Having 
no suitable man in sight at its meeting soon after the Convention, the 
board referred the selection of a Sunday School Secretary to the Sunday 
School Committee, with power to act. The salary was fixed by the 
board at $1,200 a year, and actual traveling expenses. It was also 
agreed by the board that the Sunday School Secretary should become 
the Statistical Secretary, with a salary of $300. 

Mr. E. L. Middleton, principal of the Gary High School, was 
elected Sunday School Secretary. Brother Middleton was a teacher 
by profession, having been in school work nineteen years. During all 
this time he was an active Sunday School worker, and served as both 
superintendent and teacher. This training fitted him for the new 
work to which he was called. He did not enter upon his duties until 
the first of June; but since that time has been actively at work, as 
the following report shows: 

FIELD WORK. 

The Secretary was not elected until February, and owing to his 
engagement in school work he could not enter upon his duties until 
June 1. During the half year he has been in the field 115 days. He 
visited 31 associations making 45 trips. This seems to be only a 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 21 

little over half of the territory and yet these 31 associations cover 
over 40,000 square miles, or four-fifths of our territory. He was able 
to attend the associational meetings in 26 of the bodies, besides four 
Sunday School Conventions. He met appointments in 62 churches, 
speaking 103 times. Of these 81 were Sunday School addresses. He 
represented State Missions in six associations in the absence of the 
Corresponding Secretary and both evangelists. Engagements have 
already been made for work in several other associations and plans 
are being made for several tours during the winter and spring, which 
will reach fifteen or twenty of the associations not reached. With 
more accurate knowledge of the territory, the work and the workers, 
the Secretary can do more effective work in the future. 

OFFICE W.ORK. 

During the month of June most of the time was spent in the office 
making a close study of the situation and reading with definite ends 
in view. The superintendents have received two general letters each, 
besides many tracts. A general correspondence is carried on re- 
quiring a thousand or more personal letters. 

We have a small circulating library for pastors and workers. These 
books are now being used freely and good results must follow. One 
association has published 5,000 copies of a tract for our workers, and 
these with 5,000 leaflets are now being distributed as opportunity 
presents itself. There is great need of a closer touch between the 
Secretary and the superintendents. About a third of these are changed 
every year. The names in the 1908 minutes must be used for 1909. 
A third of these will have been superseded by other men; hence at best 
there is much waste of postage and work. To correct these errors 
will require considerable outlay in printing and postage, but we believe 
to do this would greatly strengthen the cause. 

STATISTICS. 

No State of the Southern Baptist Convention makes a better showing 
in Sunday Schools than North Carolina. Only one other State has 
the same ratio of Sunday School membership to church membership. 
Under the splendid management of Secretary H. C. Moore, our mem- 
bership increased 35,000 scholars in the last three years of his work. 
This good work seems to be going on. This year 1908 reports are in 
from 51 associations against 40 last year. The latest reports from the 
various churches are used and conservative approximation made where 
no reports are available. With these in hand we have increased our 
membership this year about 8,000 scholars. There has been an increase 
in the number of Sunday Schools. We find 1,669 mentioned with 65 
branch schools. Evidently some of these are counted twice, but all are 
not. Some churches report church statistics and not Sunday Schools. 
There are about 1,700 schools in the Convention and 1,000 of these are 



22 N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXTENTIOX. 

perennial. This is far from the ideal, but shows that over 100 schools 
that have been closing were open last winter. A close study of the 
situation shows much yet to be done. 200 churches have no Sunday 
Schools, and it is our business to try to organize them. 700 Sunday 
Schools close for wnnter, and we must try to make it possible for most 
of these to remain' open. At least 130.000 of our church members never 
attend Sunday School as scholars and about 300,000 white children 
are ou^ of all Sunday Schools. Surely the work is worth while pressing 
with vigor. 

FINANCES. 

For many years this work had to draw on the State Mission funds 
for support. Three years ago it was decided to try to make it self- 
sustaining. It failed the first year, the second year it was able to 
pay its own bills on account of three months salary being paid by the 
Southern Board at Xashville. This year, with the Secretary in office 
only six months, there is enough surplus to wipe out the deficit of 1906. 
This year 271 churches in 40 associations report $1,273.76 for Sunday 
School Missions. The Convention Treasurer has received this year 
$1,257.54, which is within $20 of the amount received from the churches 
last year. June 1st the fund was considerably behind the same date 
last year. The Secretary has pressed the financial claims of the cause 
before the associations he visited. There has been a marked increase 
in the number of churches pledging, and where pledges were not taken 
the churches have almost uniformly agreed to take at least one col- 
lection in the Sunday Schools during next year for Sunday School 
Missions. The cause will be presented to those churches and associations 
not visited, and it is believed that next year many more churches than 
formerly, will contribute and that the work will cease to be a financial 
burden to State Missions. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD AT NASHVILLE. 

We feel our work is a part of the great work of our Southern Con- 
vention. We wish to again acknowledge our gratitude for the aid it 
is giving us every j'ear financially and in sending us much valuable 
literature for distribution. We wish to especially thank the board for 
its contribution to our circulating library. Our Secretary tries to 
keep in close touch with the secretaries of the various departments at 
Nashville. 

STATE OF ORGANIZATION. 

* 

Among the Baptist hosts of North Carolina one man alone can do 
very little. We felt the need of some definite persons to aid our 
Secretary. We are trying to get an associational Sunday School Secre- 
tary, or Sunday School Committee in each association. This has been 
accomplished in 43 association with 60 brethren in the work. It is 
intended that the?e brethren shall bear the same relation to the work 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 23 

in the several associations that we and our Secretary bear to the work 
in the Convention. It is intended to hold regular Sunday School Con- 
ventions, at least once a yeear. In many places special local meetings, 
or rallies, will be held to arouse more interest and increase the mem- 
bership. It is earnestly desired that we shall get a much larger num- 
ber of our officers and teachers to take some form o"f special training 
for their work. We shall earnestly try to cooperate with the Teacher 
Training work of our Sunday School Board. We ask for the hearty 
cooperation of our pastors and workers in all our endeavors. May 
our next year show the best returns in the history of our work ! 

RECOMMENDATIONS^ 

First. That the board operate on the same basis as last year, viz: 
$40,000.00. 

Second. That all above that amount be used as a church building 
loan fund, under conditions provided in report of a year ago, which 
are as follows: 

(1) That it be shown to the entire satisfaction of a discreet com- 
mittee composed of members of the board, that the point applying can 
not possibly build a house without aid, and, provided, 

( 2 ) That no loan will be made to a house of worship until 
the missionaries shall have been paid in full. 

Third. That a committee be appointed to consider the report of a 
committee appointed by the Southern Baptist Convention suggesting 
some changes in the plans of raising money for the several benevolent 
objects. 

CONCLUSION. 

In closing this report we desire to emphasize anew the Importance 
of State Missions. There is, in the work of State Missions, an appeal 
to patriotism as well as to Christianity. 

Mr. Clarence H. Poe, editor of the Progressive Farmer, said in a re- 
cent article: "The church has an opportunity in the South such as it 
has hardly anywhere else in the world, and upon its use of this op- 
portunity depends in a large measure the future rank of our section. 
It is not sentimentalism, it is not a mere pious generalization, but it is 
the truth of history, that no people can achieve and maintain greatness 
except by adherence to rigid moral standards. When the old Psalmist 
said centuries ago, 'happy is that people whose God is the Lord,' he 
was preaching as good politics us religion." 

Mr. J. W. Bailey, who was one of the electors for the State at large 
in the recent National contest, wrote these lines a few days after the 
election: "Sooner or later we will come to an election in which the life 
of the nation is involved; but not yet. When that election comes our 
dependence will be upon Christian citizens. Let us now be making as 
many of them as we can * * * xhe salvation of our country de- 



24 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

pends not in a hundredth part so much upon political parties as upon the 
Gospel in the hearts of our people. America needs nothing so much 
as Christian citizens; and State Missions is the means of multiplying 
them." If the above statements be true (and who can doubt them?) it 
follows that he who is enlisted in the work of State Missions is a 
statesman in the highest sense. 

Our denomination is responsible as no other people are, for the 
evangelization of North Carolina. We number almost as many as all 
other denominations combined. Our democratic form of government 
gives us a ready access to the people. The Baptists of the State have 
gone '"out into the highways and hedges" in the country, and "into 
the streets and lanes" of the city, and have invited the neglected and 
lost to a great gospel feast. Christ gave, as one of the evidences that 
he was the Messiah, the fact that "the poor have the gospel preached 
unto them." In following this example of our Lord we have enjoyed, in 
a marked degree, the tokens of His favor. If the time ever comes, when 
we forget our duty to this class "Ichabod" will and should be written 
on the walls of our churches. 

Our people are no longer poor. God has greatly prospered us in 
material things. We are abundantly able to evangelize the State. We 
can if we will. 

While we were assembled in Wilmington a year ago, Dr. W. R. 
Gwaltney was dying at his home in Hickory. Though he had fallen on 
the field of battle, ■ this brave soldier of the cross, this battle-scarred 
but invincible, veteran sent this message to his brethren, who were 
planning another year's campaign. "Let us go up and possess it [the 
land] for we are well able to take it." We should let this thrilling 
message become our watchword. 

With profound gratitude to God we look back on the past ; with a 
stronger faith in God, we turn our faces to the future. In this hour 
of victory, we adopt as ours the sublime language of the Psalmist: 
"Thine, Lord is the greatness, and the power, and the victory, and 
the majesty; for all that is in the heaven and the earth is thine; 
thine is the kingdom, Lord, and thou art exalted as head above all!" 

John E. Ray, Livingston Johnson, 

Pr-esidcnt. Corresponding Secretary. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 



25 



REPORT OF TREASURER. 
1. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Walters Durham, Treasurer, in account with the 



Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Dec. 2, 1908. 





DEBIT. 






CREDIT. 




3 


State Missions _ __ 


$167. 25 

466.63 

281. 13 

1,587.92 

249. 23 

613. 93 

104.46 

1,457.31 

41.62 

4.08 

792. 39 


155 

219 
182 


Louisville Training 
School 




27 


Foreign Missions ._. 


$28 22 


.■i3 


Home Missions 




4 93 


77 


Education 


Cash (in Commercial 
National Bank) 

Total 




97 


Sunday Schools _ 


5,732.80 


105 


Tichenor Memorial _ 


115 


Margaret Home .... 




127 


Ministerial Relief .„ 




?I13 


Yates Memorial _ 




9115 


Mills Memorial . 




217 


Yates Memorial College 

Total 






15,765.95 


5,765.95 









Dec. 2, 1908. 

I have examined the books of Walters Durham, Treasurer of the 
Baptist State Convention, and find same correct as by balance sheet 
shown above. F. H. Briggs, Auditor. 



STATE MISSIONS. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes, p. 28) .. $793.35 

Amount received 36,245.73 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec $1,036.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses... 113.00 

Mrs. H. C. Moore, salary as Sec. W. C. C. 200.00 

Printing and mailing Minutes 300.00 

Rent on Mission Rooms 105.00 

Printing 34,60 

Stenographer 127.00 

Office expense 85.20 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer.... 120.00 

Printing, W. C. 49.80 

F. H. Briggs, salary as Auditor 25.00 

Postage, W. C. C 4.98 

E. L. Middleton, salary as S. S, Sec 250.00 

Paid Missionaries 34,421.25 

Balance 167.25 

Total $37,039.08 $37,039.08 

Dee. 2, 1908. 



26 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

3. 

FOBEIGN MISSIONS. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes p. 28) .. $425.02 

Amount received 33,296.80 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec $742.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses... 170.00 

Stenographer 185.00 

Printing and mailing Minutes 164.60 

Rent on Mission Rooms 126.00 

Printing, W. C. C 127.78 

Office expense 155.33 

Stamps, W. C. C 197.69 

Printing 105.00 

Mrs. H. C. Moore, salary as Sec, W. C. C. 300.00 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer.... 180.00 

Sent direct 5,001.79 

Foreign Mission Board 25,800.00 

Balance 466.63 

Total $33,721.82 $33,721.82 

Dec. 2, 1908. 

4. 

HOME MISSIONS. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes p. 29).. $311.69 

Amount received 16,910.21 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec $522.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses... 47.00 

Stenographer 138.00 

Rent on Mission Rooms 42.00 

Mrs. H. C. Moore, salary as Sec. W. C. C. . 100.00 

Office expense 101.82 

X. B. Broughton, salary as Rec. Sec 25.00 

Printing, W. C. C 112.00 

Printing and mailing Minutes 59.12 

Stamps, W. C. C 9.54 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer .... 60.00 

H. C. Moore, salary as Rec. Sec 25.00 

Sent direct 1,599.29 

Home Mission Board 14,100.00 

Balance 281.13 

Total $17,221.90 $17,221.90 

Dec. 2, 1908, 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 27 

5. 

EDUCATION. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes p. 29).. $1,546.63 

Amount received 4,492.76 

To vouchers paid W. R. Cullom, Treasurer $4,451.47 

Balance 1,587.92 

Total $6,039.39 $6,039.39 

Dec. 2, 1908. 

6. 

SUKDAY SCHOOL MISSIONS. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Min- 
utes, p. 29) $239.15 

Amount received 1,268.50 

To E. L. Middleton, salary as S. S. See 500.00 

E. L. Middleton, traveling expenses 244.87 

Office expense 35.25 

Balance .' 249.23 

Total $1,268.50 $1,268.50 

Dec. 2, 1908. 

7.- 

TICHENOR MEMORIAL. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes p. 29) $610.03 

Amount received 3.90 

Balance $613.93 

Total $613.93 $613.93 

Dec. 2, 1908. 

8. 

MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 

Amount received $2,472.97 

To vouchers paid W. M. Riggsbee, Treasurer. . . $1,015.66 
Balance 1,457.31 

Total $2,472.97 $2,472.97 

Dec. 2, 1908. 

9. 
students' aid fund. 

Amount received $308.97 

To vouchers paid B. Pressley Smith, Treasurer. $308.97 

Total . . ; $308.97 $308.97 

Dec. 2, 1908. 



28 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

10. 

MABGABET HOME, 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes, p. 30) . . . $7.42 

Amount received 152.43 

To vouchers paid Mrs. W. N. Jones, Treasurer. . $55.39 

Balance 104.46 

Total $159.85 $159.85 

Dec. 2, 1908. 

11. 

LOUISVIIXE TRAIXIXG SCHOOL. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes, p. 30) .. $111.82 

Amount received 68.87 

To vouchers paid Mrs. W. N. Jones, Treasurer. $208.91 

Balance 28.22 

Total $208.91 $208.91 

Dec. 2, 1908. 

12, 

YATES MEMORIAL. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes, p. 30) . . . $41.62 

Balance $41.62 

Total $41.62 $41.62 

Dec, 2, 1908. 

13. 

MILLS MEMORIAL. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes, p. 30) . . . $4.08 

Balance $4.08 

Total $4.08 $4.08 

14. 

YATES MEMORIAL COLLEGE. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes, p. 30) . . . $792.39 

Balance $792.39 

Total • $792.39 $792.39 

Dee. 2, 1908, 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 29 

15. 

MURPHY SCHOOL. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 4, 1907 (Minutes, 

P- 30) $5.98 

Amount received $1.05 

Balance 4 93^ 

Total $5.98 $5.93 

Dee. 2, 1908. 

Eespectfully submitted, Walters Durham, 

Treasurer Baptist State Convention. 

The President appointed the following committees : 

To Nominate Board of Missions and Sunday Schools— W. H. Eller, 
W. A. Humphrey, D. G. Washburn, James Smith, R. D. Stephenson^ 
A. T. Howell, A. A. Butler, W. A. Cooper. 

Place and Preachers for Next Session^-T. M. Pittman, W. A. Graham, 
D. S. Reid, T. T. Speight, C. F. Whitlock, T. W. Chambliss, A. H. 
Porter. 

Obituaries— J. A. Smith, G. S. Jones, H. A. Brown, R. T. Vann, 0. W. 
Triplett, E. J. Ragsdale, W. H. H. Lawhorn. 

Orphanage— E. E. Bomar, T. H. Street, A. C. Sherwood, E. F. Mum- 
ford, W. A. Cooper, A. W. Early, R. F. Devane. 

To Nominate Board of Education — W. R. Beach, C. M, Rock, C. W. 
Payseur, J. E. M. Davenport, John R. Miller, E. W. Shearin, N. P. 
Stallings. 

To Nominate Aged Ministers' Relief Board— G. T. Watkins, Chas. J. 
Rogers, Clarence A. Smith, W. F. Staley, W. H. Hagwood, J. W. 
Sledge, R. W. Bright. 

To Arrange Order of Business for Next Session — E. L. Middleton, 

A. J. Moncrief, J. W. Lynch, F. P. Hobgood, J. R. Doan, J. T. Jenkins^ 
I. E. Mercer. 

Woman's Work—H. W. Battle, R. P. Walker, J. M. Arnette, J. D. 
•Elliott, M. W. Buffalo, R. C. Short, G. W. May. 

Foreign Missions— J. L. White, R. P. Thomas, T. B. Justice, C. F. 
Meserve, W. B. WaflF, E. W. Stone, Jno. H. Kerr, A. J. Freeman. 

Home Missions— C. A. Jenkins, Baylus Cade, R. A MacFarland, L. E. 
Tyner, B. L. Tyree, W. G. King, 0. E. Killer. 

State Missions — J. W. Lynch, R. A. Hedgepeth, A. A. Pippin, J. P. 
Bowers, J. M. Stoner, A. R. Foushee, S. J. Beeker. 

Biblical Recorder— B.. B. White, H. H. Mashburn, C. S. Cashwell, 
J. M. Alderman, P. J. Long, J. C. Scarborough, I. N. Loftin. 

Ministers' Relief Board— W. C. Tyree, C. E. Maddrey, T. H. Thornton, 

B. G. Early, W. P. Campbell, S. W. Oldham, J. G. Blalock. 
Religious Eccercises—VsistoT and deacons of Wilson Baptist Church. 



30 N. G. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

J. P. McDuffie read the report of the Ministers' Eelief 
Board as follows : 

REPOET OF MINISTERS' RELIEF BOARD. 

It is witli profound gratitude, that this report can be submitted to 
the Convention in behalf of the old brethren for this year. Their con- 
dition and circumstances are such as to call forth our deepest sympathy 
and greatest effort to relieve them in their distress and want. We have 
been made to rejoice at the frequent responses that have come from 
them, of their gratitude expressed with a "God bless you and the 
Board," and the great comfort they have derived from the small 
amounts we have been able to send them. 

The board regrets to say that the contributions have fallen off from 
last year's report, and this has caused us not to be able to help the 
beneficiaries as their demands have been upon us. The contributions 
are about five hundred dollars short of last year, and we urge the 
churches of the Convention to come to our rescue now. This being true, 
we have not been able to meet the urgent requests and pitiful pleas 
that have come to us from some of them. It has been our painful 
privilege to receive the sad intelligence from nearly every beneficiarj- 
during this year, of their great needs and varied wants. Their requests 
are pitiful and sad. 

We have now thirty-two beneficiaries on the board. Bro. H. W. 
Briggs passed to his reward in August. Mrs. Annie K. Downing was 
received as a beneficiary, and was since married and was discontinued. 
Rev. W. W. White of the Piedmont Association was received as a 
beneficiary in February. Bro. W'iley M. Page of the South River 
Association was received at November meeting. 

The board earnestly requests all the pastors or some laymen in each 
church to see that this board's work is represented in every church 
and association in the Convention; and that they cooperate with us 
in bringing the needs and wants of these old Baptist preachers and 
their families before their people, and urge an increase of contributions 
during the next year. We find always a ready and hearty response, 
whenever and wherever it is properly presented to the people. 

We recommend that the pastors throughout the State bring the claims 
of this board before their churches between now and Christmas, as 
far as possible, and take a Christmas offering for these worthy saints 
who are now in their second childhood. 

We recommend further, that the Convention appoint a committee of 
five to investigate the advisability of erecting a home at some point 
in the State for the beneficiaries, and that this committee report to 
the next session of the Convention. 

J^ F. MacDuffie, W. C. Barrett. 

Corresponding Secretary. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 31 

Eeport of Treasurer of Baptist Miaisterial Relief Board for Yeae 
Ending Dec. 9, 1908. 

]^907. received. 

Dec. 4. Balance $1,159.90 

Dec. 19. J. B. Carlyle, Admr $100 

1908. 

Sept. 21. W. Durham, Treasurer 1,015.66 

Dec. 9. * 1,457.31 2,572.97 

Interest 379.70 



$4,112.57 

PAID. 

Rev. James Jordan $97.50 

Rev. N. H. Moss 87.50 

Rev. M. L. Green 102.50 

Mrs. C. F. Humphries 102.50 

Mrs. C. J. Honeycutt 60.00 

Mrs. Sibby Combs 77.50 

Rev. Ransom Pinner 82.50 

Rev. H. W. Briggs 42.50 

Rev. W. J. Fulford 72.50 

Rev. L. A. Lloyd 72.50 

Rev. C. A. Blivins 67.50 

Rev. Ephraim Norris ." 72.50 

Rev. Wm. Harris 70.00 

Rev. W. S. Melvin 75.00 

Mrs. Amanda Sellers 70.00 

Mrs. L. P. Brown 70.00 

Mrs. Elva Cairnes 70.00 

Mrs. Annie K. Downing 37.50 

Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan 60.00 

Rev. H. W. Graham 60.00 

Mrs. Sarah M. Hughes 52.50 

Mrs. M. J, Tart 47.50 

Mrs. Rebecca Briggs 60.00 • 

Mrs. Sarah A. Dow 60.00 

Mrs. Rhoda Land 40.00 

Rev. W. R. Carawan 85.00 

Mrs. H. C. Register 47.00 

Rev. G. W. Adams 50.00 

Rev. John Crisp '. . 15.00 

Rev. Wm. W. White 80.00 

Rev. Solomon Blackburn 70.00 

Rev. B. M. Hoyle 70.00 

Rev. R. J. Bennett 75.00 



*This amount reported by Walters Durham, Treasurer, in his hands. 



32 y. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Rev. W. M. Page 15.00 $2,217.50 

P. I. B. Fund 857.65 

J. F. MacDuflSe, Cor. Sec, expenses 8.10 

Balance 1,029.32 

$4,112.57 
Permanent Interest Bearing Fund: 

Cundry loans $7,234.97 

Balance 926.14 



$8,161.11 
Examined and approved December 9, 1908. 

H. A. FOUSHEE, 

W. J. Brogden, 
Durham, X. C. Auditors. 

J. T>. Hufham, W. C. Barrett and J. C. Scarborough made 
addresses. It was voted that, the recommendations offered 
by the Board be adopted. 

On motion of J. M. Dimaway it was voted that the extracts 
read bj W. C. Barrett from letters from beneficiaries of the 
Old Ministers' Relief Board be published in the Biblical Re- 
corder for distribution among the churches. 

]Sr. B. Broughton read the report on Sunday Schools as 

follows : 

REPORT ON SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

The increasing recognition of the importance of the Sunday School 
in our denominational work is a guarantee of enlightened Christian 
progress. 

Since our State Board made provision for a Sunday School Secretary, 
the following brethren have rendered faithful and efficient service: 
B. W. Spilman, 1896-1901; T. N. Johnson, 1901-1903; H. C. Moore, 
1903-1907; and, since last June, E. L. Middleton, who is building suc- 
cessfully on the foundation so wisely laid by his predecessors. 

Leaving the secular school for this larger field of Christian education, 
Brother Middleton is energetically organizing and developing our Sun- 
day School work throughout the State. Let us, as a denomination, 
give the cause he represents adequate financial support and encourage 
him by hearty and helpful cooperation. 

To this end, we should unite in an aggressive campaign to enroll the 
thousands of members of Baptist churches, and the hundreds of thou- 
sands of other persons throughout our State who are not in Sunday 
Schools. Particularly, do we urge pastors to cooperate with our State 
Secretary and associational secretaries in increasing the attendance 
and otherwise promoting this great work. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 33 

To efficiently man our schools, we must have more trained workers; 
and by means of institutes and literature we should provide necessary 
instruction to fit those who direct and teach; and we urge our teachers 
to take the normal course provided by our board. Especially do we 
need to strengthen the organized Bible classes if the interest of adults 
is maintained and their regular attendance secured. 

Another great need, which can not be too strongly emphasized, is 
improved church architecture and adequate Sunday School equipment. 
Our churches should be built with a view to the needs of the Sunday 
School; and suitable seats, charts, books and lesson helps should be 
provided. 

We recommend that every Sunday School establish a "Home Depart- 
ment," and that special efl'ort be made to enroll "shut ins" and others 
who, by reason of home duties or employment, can not attend the re- 
gular exercises. We also commend the "Cradle Roll," as it tends to 
enlist the interest of parents and keeps the child in view as a scholar 
as soon as it is old enough to join the primary class. 

Since the Sunday School is the training camp of the church, its 
spiritual life should be promoted in every way possible, and the sal- 
vation of the pupils made its prime object. 

We congratulate the denomination on the rapid development and 
increasing usefulness of the work of the Sunday School Board of the 
Southern Baptist Convention, and urge the churches of this Conven- 
tion to give it the support, it so richly merits. Its cooperation in our 
State has been most helpful ; and we request that it continue to send 
us its inspiring specialists to aid in holding institutes and otherwise 
arousing interest in efficient training for profitable Christian service. 

We suggest that a Sunday School Chautaviqua be held at Blue Mont 
next summer, that our faithful workers may have an opportunity to 
secui-e valuable training, and, at the same time, delightful recreation 

Chas. Lee Smith, 
C. W. Scarborough, 
G. T. Lumpkin, 
N. B. Broughton, 
S. L. Morgan, 
J. T. Watts, 

C. S. WOOTEN, 

Adrlresses were made by 'N. B. Brougliton, E. L. Middle- 
ton, W. A. Graham, G. T. Lumpkin and B. W. Spilman and 
the report was adopted. 

The report of the Board of Education was read by W. L. 
Poteat as follows : 

EEPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
In accordance with the instructions of the last Convention the board 

3 



34 .V. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

has been aiding ministers both at Wake Forest and at the Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary during the past year. At Wake Forest, 
there are at present seventy-two ( 72 ) ministerial students of whom 
fifty-seven (57) are receiving aid; and at the Seminary there are 
twenty-seven (27) men and three (3) young women from North Caro- 
lina, of whom eighteen (18) are receiving aid from the board. The 
work of these students has, with rare exceptions, been of a high grade, 
and this fact, coupled with their earnest zeal in trying to do good, 
assures us that the quality of our ministry for the next few years 
is not to be lowered to say the least. But while the quality is reassur- 
ing, we believe that our Christian homes, our churches, and our schools 
should be praying and looking for more men to enter this sacred calling. 
Taking those at Wake Forest and the Seminary together, we have 
only an average of about one to the county throughout North Carolina, 
not to speak of the loud and pressing calls that come from our Home 
and Foreign Mission fields, and from sheperdless flocks in other states. 

FINANCIAL, 

The boaid has received during the past year $6,376.30 from the fol- 
lowing sources: 

Balance on hand at last Convention $1,447.63 

From W. Durham, Treasurer, for education 4,492.76 

From W. Durham, Treas., Students' Fund 360.97 

Sent by individuals to Students' Fund 75.00 

Total ; $6,376.36 

This money has been paid out as follows: 

On vouchers Nos. 1-172 $5,095.47 

Sent direct to Bro. B. Pressly Smith 435.97 

Balance in hands of Treasurer Durham ". 844.92 



$6,376.36 



At the beginning of the year the Secretary found a balance of $10.64 
due the Seminary for the session 1906-1907. Not a penny had been 
paid on the session of 1907-1908. This balance of $10.64 has been paid: 
all the expenses of our North Carolina men for 1907-1908 have been 
paid, and a few dollars have been paid on the present session. This 
puts us in a little better shape with the Seminary than we were one 
year ago. It will be observed, however, that our balance on hand for 
meeting the demands of the "lean" months that lie immediately ahead 
of us has been decreased by $602.71. It will be seen that a very short 
time at this rate would bring us in debt. In the face of this situation, 
what shall be done? Some of our strongest churches that have been 
helping liberally, at both Wake Forest and the Seminary, paid the 
pledge that was made here one year ago to the Seminary, and have 
done little or nothing beyond this for the work at Wake Forest; others 
that made pledges for the Seminary here a year ago have done nothing 



MINUTES OF SESSION 190S. 35 

for this work, either at Wake Forest or at the Seminary. In view of 
this situation the Board recommends that we go back to the plan that 
we have used for the past years, viz, that we allow the Seminary to 
collect aad disburse its own funds for aiding its students, and that 
Wake Forest do the same. The board also recommends that the Con- 
vention allow it to return to the plan inaugurated by the Convention 
at Winston-Salem several years ago. This plan was that the Secretary 
of the board furnish each beneficiary with a statement of the amount 
expended, provided that, on the completion of his course, the beneficiary 
of the board be given a statement of the amount which he has re- 
ceived from the board, with the expressed hope that, as opportunity 
may allow, he will return the amount either in money or in service 
for the board of Education. 

We beg to suggest that the supply of the need of ministers and pro- 
vision for their education be commended as a subject of study to the 
Woman's Missionary Societies of the State_ 

Read and adopted by the board at Wake Forest, N. C, December 7, 
1908. W. R. CuLLOM, 

Corresponding Secretary. 

V. I. Masters, of the Religious Herald, was recognized, 
and addressed the Convention. 

M. A. Adams presented the report on Ministerial Educa- 
tion as follows : 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MINISTERIAL EDUCATION. 

Your committee begs leave to submit the following report: Your com- 
mittee believes that only God-called men selected by the Holy Spirit's 
operating on their hearts, should enter the ministry, and after they 
have been thus called, that they* should avail themselves of all possible 
preparations for their life's work, and then give their entire time, 
energy and talents to the building up of the kingdom of God. To that 
end we most heartily commend the work of the Board of Education 
at Wake Forest College, and the Seminary at Louisville. At present 
there are 72 ministerial students at W. F. C, 52 of them receiving aid 
from the board, and 27 young men and 3 young women are at the 
Seminary, 18 of them are receiving aid from the board. These are all 
doing good work and promise well for the future. For the amounts 
collected and expended in their behalf, see the reports of the Board of 
Education. 

It is the earnest desire of the Board of Education that Seminary, and 
the board each, look after their own collections in North Carolina 

Your committee makes the following recommendations: 

1. That the plan formerly adhered to, be adopted, that is, the Board 
of Education and the Seminary each look after their own collections in 
the State. 



3G N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

2. That the Board of Education be instructed to appoint an Associate 
Member, who shall be requested to look after the interest of the board 
in each association. M. A. Adams, 

J. D. Lakkins, 
J. W. Lynch, 
Jesse McCarter, 
M. L. Kesler, 
C. H. Durham. 

The Committee- 

After addresses by M. A. Adams and E. Y. MuUiiis the 
report was adopted. 

Pending the motion to adopt Livingston Johnson read a 
letter from the Xorth Carolina students at the Southern Bap- 
tist Theological Seminary, j^. B. Broughton read the fol- 
lowing telegram : 

Mr. y. B. BroughtO)if 

Secretary N. C. Baptist State Convention, 
Wilson, N. C. 
Hitherto, hath the Lord helped us. Praise the Lord. 

North Carolina Students, 
Edwin R. Harris, Chairman, 
T. C. Britten, Secretary. 

Pledges to the amount of $1,550 were made for the support 
of young ministers at our seminary. 

The following resolution offered by William Lunsford was 
adopted : 

Resolved, That this Convention endorse the. plan adopted by the 
Southern Baptist Convention, at its meeting last May, to raise 
$600,000, to endow the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and 
that \\Q also approve the apportionment of $50,000 of this sum to North 
Carolina, and that we invite the representatives of the Seminary into 
the State to raise this sum. 

By motion of E. E. Bomar the motion to adopt the report 
on Ministerial Education was reconsidered and the consider- 
ation of that report carried over to the afternoon session. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by E. Y. 
Mullins. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 37 



SECOND DAY — Afternoon Session. 

The Convention reassembled and was led in prayer by 
W. Jasper Howell, of Cortland, N. Y, 

The report of the Committee on Ministerial Education 
being still under consideration, the following amendment to 
the report was offered: That the Report of the Committee 
on Education be so amended as to reaffirm the view of this 
Convention that assistance to young ministers at Wake Forest 
be a ffift and not a loan. 

The amendment was discussed by J. W. Lynch, W. C. Bar- 
rett, J. D. Hufham, W. B. Morton and I. N". Loftin, and it 
was adopted. The report as amended was adopted. • 

J. L. White offered the following, which was discussed by 
J. D. Hufham, J. L. White, B. Cade and A. D. Ward and 
adopted : 

RESOLUTION ON THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE PROHIBITION 

LAW. 

Equal in importance with the enactment of laws is their enforcement. 
Public sentiment which is sufficient to effect the former, may or may 
not be adequate to the accomplishment of the latter. Victory which 
is not followed by such action and conduct as make it complete has 
been sometimes found to be worse than defeat. The people of North 
Carolina by an overwhelming majority, and with mighty acclaim have 
pronounced the doom of the liquor traffic in our State, and after Janu- 
ary 1, 1909, the voters of the State have proclaimed that no man shall 
have the right to engage in that nefarious business. The edict has gone 
forth. Shall it be enforced or shall it take its place among the other 
dead letters of the law? Is the public sentiment which pronounced it 
sufficient to enforce its observance? We believe that it is; but, realiz- 
ing that eternal vigilance is the price of liberty here as elsewhere: 

Be it Resolved, By the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina in 
meeting, duly assembled in the city of Wilson, on the 10th day of 
December, 1908: 

That we call upon all the men and women of North Carolina who 
love righteousness and believe in the sanctity of law to exert their 
utmost efforts to see that the will of the people as expressed at the polls 
on the 26th day of May, 1908, be given full force and effect, and that 
we insist that every lover of his State should consider himself in duty 
bound to contribute his individual share of effort to see that the Pro- 



38 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

liibition Law of the State accomplishes the purpose for which it was 
enacted, namely, the freeing the State from the licensed and unlicensed 
sale of whiskey and other intoxicating liquors within her borders. 

That we urge the members of our churches, in their capacity as 
citizens, to organize Civic or Law and Order Leagues, in every com- 
munity, to aid the officers of the law in the enforcement of the Pro- 
hibition measure. 

That we suggest to our pastors the advisability of proclaiming from 
the pulpit the majesty and supremacy of law. 

It was voted tliat fraternal greetings be sent to the Metho- 
dist Conference at Durham, reconnting the items of the above 
resolution and asking their cooperation in this great matter. 

The President read the following telegram: 

Durham, X. C, Dec. 10, 1908. 
The Baptist State Coniejition, Wilson, N. C. 

Methodist Conference sends Christian greetings, praying John seven- 
teen, twenty-one. 

W. L CuNXiXGGiii, Secretary. 

W. L. Poteat presented the report of the Board of Trus- 
tees of Wake Forest College : 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST 

COLLEGE. 

We gratefully recognize the gracious Providence which has been 
over our College during the past Convention year. The tokens of the 
divine favor which have signalized the seventy-five years of its honora- 
ble history to be completed and celebrated next February 11th, are as 
marked to-day as heretofore. 

The teaching body of the College now comprises sixteen professors, 
two associate professors, five instructors, and nine assistants, aggregat- 
ing thirty-two. At the annual meeting in May the Trustees appointed 
Professor Luther Rice Mills, who had withdrawn from active work in' 
the College, to the position of Emeritus Professor of Pure Mathematics. 
At a special meeting of the Board July 23, Dr. Edgar Eginton Stewart, 
of New York City, was elected Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, 
to succeed Dr. Lewis M. Gaines, Avhose resignation had been accepted 
in May. In January last Professor J. B. Carlyle resumed his teaching 
work in part, and with the opening of the present session in full. The 
importance of the work of Dr. James W. Lynch as Wake Forest pastor 
and College Chaplain was brought afresh and strongly to the attention 
of the Church and the Trustees on the occasion of his call the latter 
part of May to a university city in a Southern State. Both these bodies 
took action which so materiallv changed the situation, that he an- 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 39 

nounced, on the 7tli of June, his determination to remain at Wake 
Forest. We wish to record here the joy which this decision gave us 
and our appreciation of his gracious and inspiring influence upon all 
the phases of the life of the College. 

The enrollment of students for the fall term is 364, exceeding the 
number reported at the last Convention by 13. The first year men 
number 158; ministerial students, 72. Of the total student body only 
34 are not members of some church. Such a happy preponderanc-j of 
Christian sentiment committed to the best things in life is of the 
highest value in fixing college ideals and college spirit. From the 
9th to the 14th of November special evangelistic services were con- 
ducted by Dr. J. L. White, of Greensboro, with important results in 
bringing several of the students to Christ and in the general freshening 
up of the religious life of the institution. 

The subscriptions to the $150,000 increase of the Endowment Fund 
so well rounded up at the last session of the Convention are in process 
of payment. Professor Carlyle and Bursar Earnshaw, to whom the 
Trustees committed the collection of the subscriptions, report that the 
first anniuil pajnuent of the General Education Board made ]March 4, 
1908, on its subscription brought the amount of collections at that date 
up to $21,832.44. Since then they have received $7,378.75, bringing 
the total collections so far to the aggregate of $29,211.19. It will be 
remembered that the final limit of payment of these subscriptions is 
December 31, 1910. 

The Convention ought to face the fact that the general educational 
situation presents some features which are not altogether friendly to 
the denominational college. Certain tendencies appear to be converg- 
ing to a crisis for all grades of educational work under denominational 
control. On a frank survey of the whole field we have no thought of 
surrendering our investment and responsibility. Our denominational 
schools not only have the right to exist, but are in fact demanded by 
the exigencies of the time. Our denominational College is amply justi- 
fied, apart from denominational interests, on the ground of its free 
public service to the Commonwealth. It makes an inestimable contri- 
bution to the perpetuity of all civic institutions by sending out into 
the responsibilities of citizenship men of leading ability whose attitude 
and ideals have been formed, not under the influence of religious in- 
difi"erentism or of offensive sectarian bigotry, but in the warm and 
generous atmosphere of positive Christian teaching and the freedom 
and democracy for which we as a people stand. We insist upon its 
legitimacy in the Kingdom of Heaven and in the civic order. We 
affirm anew its public necessity. We accept afresh the responsibility 
of its full financial support, the responsibility of maintaining it, as 
it can alone be maintained on the level of the best educational stand- 
ards. We are proposing no compromise of our denominational relation- 
ship for the sake of any prospective financial advantage in other direc- 



40 X. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

tions. Our reliance is upon the kindly inovidence, who has led us 
hitherto and upon the united brotherhood, who will need to continue 
and to extend their practical loyalty. 

Addresses were made by A. D. Ward and W. L. Poteat. 
The following, offered by C. E. Maddrey, was heartily 
adopted : 

Whereas, We learn of the critical illness of Rev. J. W. Millard, a 
former member of this Convention, and now pastor in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Resolved, That we tender to him and his loved ones through the 
Secretary .of this Convention our sympathies and join them in earnest 
prayer for his speedy and complete recovery. 

F. P. Hobgood reported the illness of R. H. Marsh and J. 
A. Stradley and was instructed to convey to them our high 
Christian esteem and warm Christian love. 

On motion of C. F. Meserve it was voted that President 
Poteat be rcquesfed to prepare his address for publication and 
distribution. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by J. N. Prcs- 
tridge, of Kentucky. 



SECOND DAY— EvExixG SEssIO^^ 

The Convention was called to order by President Carlyle. 

The following report of the Board of Trustees of the Thom- 
asville Baptist Orphanage was read by F. P. Hobgood, Presi- 
dent of the Board of Trustees : 

REPORT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR THOMASVILLE BAPTIST 

ORPHANAGE. 

We are happy to report a year of opportunity for uninterrupted 
work. We have had no death and have been hindered by no very seri- 
ous illness. A year ago we were alarmed at the presence of scarlet fever 
in our town ; again it has come up to our very gates, but so far we have 
escaped. For this merciful exemption from the scarlet scourge we are 
most profoundly thankful. With God's favor upon us, in ways Ave 
could not know, and largely through His people, we have been able to 
do a good year's work in all departments. 

A number of improvements have been added. Tlie new Infirmary 
(Woman's Building) and Noah Richardson Library Building have been 
completed. We are enlarging jind improving the Simmons Nursery 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 41 

in every way. This will be completed by Christmas. A silo for the 
barn has been built; also a new dairy building and a potato house. 
Several valuable machines have been added to the outfit of the farm; 
also a pair of horses purchased. 

We are paying more attention to the dairy and the growing of veget- 
ables. Unfortunately our soil is of the cold, wet "pipe clay type of 
land, which unfits it for early gardening, or for best results at any 
season. So just now we are having several acres laid in drain tile, 
with the hope that it may be redeemed for better service. These addi- 
tions to the farm make an unusual outlay for that purpose, but we 
believe will be amply justified in better results for years to come. 

We are also equipping the institution with electric lights. This 
method of lighting is perhaps more expensive than the old, but it 
has other advantages that may be readily seen. We find, as our 
number increases, that we must add many improvements and much 
equipment that did not seem to be needed a few years ago. We find 
ourselves in just this situation; either we must equip ourselves for 
better work, so that the workers may have more time to give to chil- 
dren, and less to the grind of drudgery, or break down by the sheer 
weight of numbers and become a mob. We have not been able to make 
a beginning on the new and larger machine shop, but we know of men 
of means whose thoughts are being turned in that direction. We hope 
to announce contributions for that purpose before long. ■ 

Our financial condition is not as we would like. We have been com- 
pelled to borrow $5,000. During the summer and early fall the contri- 
butions fell far short of paying expenses. This is not so much the re- 
sult of smaller contributions -as of larger 'expenses. Last year we 
reported 365 children; now we report 385, and the cost of living has 
rather grown more. We owe i on the Woman's Building about $2,000, 
which we hope to raise in a quiet way during the next few months. 
The rebuilding of the Simmons Nursery will cost about $2,500. The 
income from the Simmons estate is expected to take care of that. 

The number of applications for admission has been unusually large 
this fall, and many of them in deepest distress. We are compelled 
to turn them away for lack of room. 

We wish to repeat and emphasize former suggestions: 

1. That every Sunday School take a collection for the Orphanage 
once a m(mth, and make it a little larger than last year. 

2. That in view of the increasing usefulness of Charity and Children, 
a club be taken in every Sunday School, but that the Sunday Schools 
do not confine their contributions to the Orphanage to paying for 
the paper only. 

3. That on Thanksgiving Day, and the Sunday nearest to it, the 
Orphanage have the right-of-way above all other objects. 

In one sentence we urge the growth and increasing needs of the 
Orphanage as a great opportunity for the use of the Lord's money in 



42 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

the hands of His people, and at the same time a call to prayer for its 
greatest success. 

An important addition has also been made to the laundry buildinf^. 

F. P. Hobgood, President of the Board of Trustees of the 
Orphanage, took the chair. 

E. E. Bomar, for the Committee on the Orphanage, pre- 
sented its report as follows: 

REPORT ON THE ORPHANAGE. 

The year that has elapsed since we last met in Convention has been 
for our Orphanage, a year of blessings. 

The health of the 385 children, and also of the matrons, teachers, 
ofiicers and other workers has been good. There has been some sick- 
ness of course. In so large a family, at one time or another, the 
moans of little sufferers have been heard, but there has been no epi- 
demic or fatal sickness. 

The work of maintaining and upbuilding the Orphanage has gone 
steadilj'^ forward. Not that there has been no anxiety or disappoint- 
ment, but in spite of all discouragements, we can write across the year's 
work the word "progress." 

There are some features deserving especial notice. 

1st. The Orphanage paper, Charity and Children, the most readable, 
helpful and unique paper of its class in all the country, has increased 
its circulation until the figures now stand at 12,500. This is encourag- 
ing, but when placed over against the fact that there are more than 
200,000 Baptists in the State affiliated in name or in fact with the 
Convention it shows how even a brilliant paper published at a phe- 
nominally low price needs to be pushed by the friends of the Orphanage 
in order to reach the people. 

2d. In the matter of feeding clothing and caring for the motherless 
and fatherless children under our care, we must bear in mind that the 
Baptist people are our only resource. Work is well and faithfully 
done on the farm, but even a great crop on our splendid farm of 450 
acres can go but a little way toward the feeding of 385 children, not to 
mention matrons, teachers, officers and other helpers. No invested 
funds or interest thereon can be used for current support. The income 
from the Simmons fund, can be used, by the terms of the^gift, only 
to keep up buildings and repairs and the support of the Simmons 
Nurserj'. 

Our people, under God, are our only helps. Some churches take an 
annual collection; more than 500 Sunday Schools take a collection once 
a month, in many communities the collection on Thanksgiving Day is 
devoted to the Orphanage — a practice which should become universal. 
Sunday Schools which take collections once a month for the Orphanage 
agree that this practice, far from being a burden, is helpful. Your 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 43 

committee urges that the custom become general in all our Sunday 
Schools. 

If the matter of current support were promptly and vigorously 
pushed, there would be no need to report a debt, or to enter the winter, 
as .we do at this moment, with almost no funds. 

3d. The Infirmary Building is nearing completion. This has been 
the work of the women of the State, and right nobly have they done 
that work. It is a modern, well-equipped Infirmary, where the sick 
children and those threatened with sickness can be cared for. It will 
take $2,000 more to complete and pay for it. The management is push- 
ing the work to completion, while confidently looking to the Baptist 
women of the State to pay for it. The work is urgent, and funds are 
needed now. 

4th. In closing we must bear in mind, that we are in a strait. There 
is urgent need — indeed the need is imperative — that our present work 
shall be properly equipped, and at the same time it is becoming in- 
creasingly evident, that the work must be enlarged. There are now 
formal and informal applications for more than (100) one hundred 
children, and no room for any of them. Over against this, is the 
further fact that although we have one of the very greatest Orphanages 
in the South, the interest of thousands has not been enlisted. More 
than 500 churches in North Carolina contribute nothing for the sup- 
port of our work. These must be enlisted, and our plant enlarged, 
while at the same time, we heed the call for better equipment — a call 
that lies upon the mind and heart of our noble brother, our able, 
indefatigable and intensely earnest general manager, M. L. Kesler. 
Respectfully submitted, 

E. E. BOMAR, 

W. A. Cooper, 

E. F. MUMFORD. 

After discussion bv E. E. Bomar, M. L. Kesler, C. M. 
Eock, T. T. Speight, W. P. Taylor, R P. Walker, the re- 
port was adopted. 

C. E. Maddrey, Vice-President of the Home Mission 
Board, took the chair and the report of the Committee on 
Home Missions was presented by C. A. Jenkens as follows: 

REPORT ON HOME MISSIONS. 

From a spiritual point of view, it has been a great, glad year for 
the Home Board. While embarrassment arising from the panic has 
been felt, yet the Lord of the harvest has brought good out of evil, 
and blessed the work of the board as never before in its history. Dur- 
ing the past year there were 22,404 baptisms, and 18,015 additions 
by letter, making a splendid average of 110 additions a day for the 



44 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

entire year. The board employs five evangelists, whose work has been 
signally blessed, and 961 missionaries by whose united labors, 337 
churches have been constituted. 

While the foregoing facts are a just ground for renewed and in- 
creased exertion, we should not fail to realize the ever-increasing pro- 
blems that confront us, making our utmost exertion necessary to the 
attainment of our mission as Baptists. 

Some of the difficulties are: 

1. The startling area of the territory to be evangelized. Single States 
are greater than old-world empires. Texas is larger than France and 
England combined, and more than twice the area of Japan or Italy. 
North Carolina covers more territory than Greece, Denmark and Bel- 
gium put together. Cuba is larger than Portugal. In point of Avealth 
and material possibilities, the territory of the Home Board is superior 
to many kingdoms that have dazzled the eyes of mankind, and determined 
the course of history. 

2. The mixed character of the population. Our Southern territory 
contains about 25,000,000 people, 9,000,000 of whom are negroes, and 
5,000,000 foreigners. Cuba's 1,500,000 people are of blended races, in 
large part ignorant, priest-ridden, and poor, blindly given up to a 
religion that debases and blights every land, in which it is dominant. 
Then, there is Panama with its peculiar difficulties. It is said that the 
heterogeneous population of the "canal belt" speak more than fifty 
dialects — a fact that renders mission work, seriously embarrassing. 

3. Cities and immigration. Until recent years, the South was an 
agricultviral country with a homogeneous population, but now we are 
becoming a great manufacturing people, with our cities congested with 
both natives and foreigners. Protestant Christianity to-day, as never 
before, is confronted with the problem of the American citj'. In the 
larger cities, the chvirches are retreating from the crowded slums and 
vicious dens and foreign quarters to more attractive sites in the suburbs ; 
and as churches retreat, the foreign element advances. The great 
steamship companies are dumping over a million immigrants a year 
on our shores, who are, for the most part, ignorant and vicious, be- 
lieving in homes without marriage, government without law, and 
religion without Christ. It is generally admitted that the great cities 
rule the nation, and it is becoming more evident each year that 
foreigners rule the great cities. We may, therefore, feel no small 
degree of alarm Avhen we learn that the foreign-born population exceeds 
the native in thirty-three of our largest American cities. 

The last annual report of the Home Board sums up the matter thus: 
"National menace and missionary opportunity were never before 
so combined. As compared with the country, the city is the seat of 
temptation, sin, crime, suffering, disease, and death. These work like 
a canker upon the very heart of the nation, and they make up a 
plaintive and loud call to the missionary heart of the churches. Com- 
jiaring the two great sections of our country, the North and the South, 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 45 

it is at once patent that the menace of the city and foreign problem 
is larger in the North and the missionary opportunity is larger in the 
South. In many cities of the North the opportunity to do more than 
snatch a few as brands from the burning is already lost. The forces 
of evil have gained control, fortified themselves, and defy Christian 
interference. In every city and town of the South we ought speedily 
to entrench ourselves. This is possible now, it will not be possible 
in a few years. Preemption is more economic than invasion, and 
makes success sure. If this is to be done in Baltimore, New Orleans, 
St_ Louis, and a dozen other of our large and growing Southern cities, 
there is not a moment to be lost, and present effort should be reinforced 
tenfold." 

It is gratifying to know that the board is able to report encouraging- 
results in all of its mission fields. 

1. The work done in our Southern territory among the whites has 
been unprecedented. Every State under the board has reported excellent 
progress. 

2. Mountain missions and schools. Rev. A. E. Brown, the tireless 
worker, and superintendent of the Mountain School Department, gives 
a glowing account of the work committed to his hands. Eight years 
ago there were only six Baptist schools struggling for existence in the 
mountains. These schools, with an enrollment of 1,261 pupils, em- 
ployed 29 teachers, and owned pi-operty valued at $33,000. There are 
now 24 well-organized schools, eight of them in North Carolina. These 
24 schools have an enrollment of 5,117, an increase of 845 over last year. 
Instruction has been given to 253 ministerial students, 89 of whom 
became missionaries, one going to the foreign field. There was, the 
last year, an increase of 27 ministerial students. The property of these 
institutions is valued at $345,000. The value of increase of equipment 
last year is $96,290. Of the amount the board contributed about 
$12,000. 

3. Work among the negroes. Work accomplished under the co- 
operative plan has been quite satisfactory. The following table will 
present the visible results of the combined efforts put forth in connec- 
tion with the National Baptist Convention, and under the new era plan: 

Number of missionaries 37 

Baptisms reported 2,965 

Additions by letter, etc 2,128 

Total additions 5,093 

Bible Conference 428 

Preachers and others in attendance 45,416 

It is a joy to believe that at last work among ovir colored brethren 
is hopeful and inspiring. 

4. Work in Cuba and the Isle of Pities — The Isle of Pines has become 
a part of Cuba, therefore, work on the island will not hereafter be 
embarrassed by political agitation growing out of the uncertainty of 



46 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

its ownership by the United States. Work on both islands is hopeful, 
and there have been numerous baptisms during the year. Opportunities 
are many, so are the needs. There is a crying demand for missionaries, 
teachers and buildings for mission and school work. 

5. Work in Panama — The Isthmus has become a strategic point of 
prime importance. There is a possibility that its great canal will be 
ready for use by 1915. Representatives of many nations are gathered 
there; from India, Argentina, British Columbia, Siberia, and the ends 
of the earth. More than fifty languages are said to be spoken there. 
What a splendid, though difficult field for mission work! There is 
great need for houses of worship at Colon and Panama, the Northern 
and Southern termini of the canal. Baptists were first among Ameri- 
can Protestants to enter the field, and have, therefore, the first oppor- 
tunity of leadership. 

Church Building and Loan Fund — The Tichenor Memorial Fund of 
$20,000 has been raised through the activities and liberality of our 
noble women. This is but a beginning. The board needs at least 
$500,000 to supply with houses of worship, some 3,000 homeless churches 
unable to build their own houses. Often help rendered weak churches 
in securing a suitable edifice, will determine the efficiency, and some- 
times the existence of the organization. If this help be withheld, there 
is danger, that Baptist churches struggling under difficulties, will be 
compelled to surrender strategic locations to other denominations, and 
lose the ground they had gained, while more liberal bodies seize the 
golden opportunities. Perhaps nothing of greater moment to the 
Baptists of the South at this time can be named, than the raising of 
a large building and loan fund. 

That your committee has been enabled to present the inspiring facts 
of this report is due largely to the untiring labors of our splendid 
Secretary. 

In view of the imperative needs of the board, we recommend that the 
churches raise for its work $25,000 the ensuing year. 

The Home Field, published by the board, Atlanta, Ga., has greatly 
improved both its form and matter, and should be largely taken in 
all our churches. C. A. Jenkexs. 

Addresses were made bj C. A. Jenkens, A. E. Brown and 
C. J. Thompson, of Atlanta, and the report was adopted. 

Livingston Johnson introduced the following new pastors 
recently come to the State: R. D. Stephenson, W. R. 
Haight, R. A. McEarland, A. J. Moncrief, J. H. Poteat, J. 
T Watts, A. A. Bntler. J. L. White, J. D. Harte, C. P. Rj- 
land and J. R. Williams. 

The following visiting brethren were recognized: J. T. 
Henderson, Secretary of the Laymen's Movement : E. E. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 190S. 47 

Dudley, C. J. D. Parker, C. S. Blackwell, J. M. McManaway, 
S. H. Thompson and W. W. Smith, of Virginia; I. J. Van 
Ness, of the Sunday School Board ; S. J. Porter, of the For- 
eign Mission Board. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by D. P. 
Bridges. ^ 



THIRD DAY— MoKNiNG Session. 

Wilson, N. C, December 11, 1908. 

The Convention convened at 9 o'clock. Devotional exer- 
cises were conducted by A. E. Brown. 

The record of the two previous days was read and approved. 

On motion of E. L. Middleton it was voted that the Con- 
vention hear I. J. Van ISTess at 3 o'clock to-day in behalf of 
the Sunday School Board. 

H. W. Battle announced the critical illness of B. F. Briggs, 
senior deacon of the Wilson Baptist Church, and the Conven- 
tion was led in prayer by R. T. Vann for him and for J. W. 
Millard, of Atlanta, whose critical illness w^as announced on 
yesterday. 

The following report on the Biblical Recorder was read by 
R. B. White : 

REPORT ON BIBLICAL RECORDER. 

The Biblical Recorder has held a peculiar place in the affections of 
those who have known it during all the years of its life. While privately 
owned and edited, it has stood for all the things which counted in our 
denomination. There has been no growth, but the Recorder was its 
prophet; no new enterprise or institution, but the Recorder was the 
herald of its advance. In its pages we have watched the development 
of a great field and largely through its influence have we remained 
a compact people, united in work and aims. By reason of these things 
we have loved it. 

But now, to the obligations of gratitude and to the consideration 
of our own interests has been added a new reason. One year ago at 
Wilmington, this Convention accepted the proposition of the Recorder 
stockholders and assumed a new attitude toward its control. We have 
taken upon ourselves the right and power of an equal share in naming 
its editor and directing its poWy. In return, we assume no financial 
obligation and incur no risk. 



48 lY. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVENTIOX. 

But resultant upon this step, two things follow, that are of much 
moment in our history. 

We have acquired for ourselves a new power. Xecessarily there fol- 
lows a new responsibility. Having in our hands the right to advise 
in its management, we should have in our hearts the desire to give 
to it a larger success. In the business world this is nothing more 
than simple honesty. 

Secondly, Tiiis action means and should continue to mean that at 
last there is one accredited spokesman for our people and our work. 
From this day on the Recorder, should be a recognized agency of this 
Convention, a department of our work, entitled to its own place on our 
programs and to its own share in our affections. 

The Recorder should stand at the door of the Convention and of the 
various associations, not as a beggar seeking subscriptions, but as the 
voice of a great denomination calling us and all of us into a greater 
knowledge and a larger work. 

Speaking for our interests and not for its own, it should never be 
compelled to ask of us as favors what it is our duty to supply. The 
enlargement of its field should be a part of every pastor's work, and the 
increase of its influence, the desire of every Baptist heart. 

There is before us an opportunity of much importance, the chance 
to have one great Baptist paper, representative of the best there is 
in us, of our faith, our aims, our work, going quietly every week into 
the Baptist homes of the State and giving strength to every depart- 
ment of our activity. We can but believe that the Recorder stands 
ready to do its part. The measure of its influence is going to be de- 
termined largely by the extent of our individual efforts. 

We should not wait till unknown complications may arise but the 
coming year should be a Recorder year, a year of work by all of us, 
looking to the lasting establishment of the Recorder in its new re- 
lationship, a paper doing our work in our way and for our good, be- 
hind which stands the whole denomination. The larger its circulation, 
the better and stronger it can be made, till with the great number in 
this State, who ought to read it, we can expect it to be second to 
none. 

Our people are becoming more and more a reading people. The news- 
paper is the agency that reaches them most surely and effectively. 
As they grow in knowledge and intelligence, it becomes of vital im- 
portance that religious matters should not be obscured in the wider 
vision. The greatest hope of increasing our place in the minds of men 
lies in having as a messenger, a strong religious paper, the recognized 
organ of all our work, speaking with undoubted truth the aims and 
hopes and principles of the Baptist host of North Carolina. 

If, through the Recorder, we can reach our people every week, if 
they can come to know our work and its needs, if, in its pages, there 
may be established a community of thought and of interest, then we 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 49 

may expect greater and still greater things for our cause, our growth, 

and our usefulness to the world. 

E. B. White, 
J. C. Scarborough, 
H. H. Mashburn, 
C. S. Cashwell, 
J. M, Alderman, 
P. J. Long, 

» I. N. LOFTIN. 

R. B. White, J. W. Bailey and J. S. Farmer took part in 
the discussion and the report was adopted. 

The following resolution, offered by Baylus Cade, was 
unanimously adopted : 

Whereas, Our dear brother, Rev. J. D. Hufham, D.D., has been kept 
in recent years, by advancing age, from taking the important part in 
the work of this Convention, which he used to take aforetime in the 
direction and furtherance of all the great movements of our people 
in North Carolina; and 

Whereas, We desire to make some permanent record of our apprecia- 
tion of the great abilities of our dear brother, as well as of his dis- 
tinguished services to the kingdom of God; therefore 

1. Resolved, That we give heartily and grateful thanks to God, both 
his and ours, that he is still spared to us, and is permitted to bless us 
with his genial presence and counsels. 

2. Resolved, That we hope that God may spare the life of our dear 
brother to us for many years yet to come, and, that the evening time 
for him may be as bright and joyous, as his labors have been long and 
faithful in the furtherance of our North Carolina Baptist Zion. 

3. Resolved, That a copy of this preamble and resolutions be spread 
at large upon the minutes of this Convention, and that an attested 
copy of them be furnished to Dr. Hufham. 

The Committee on Place and Preacher presented the fol- 
lowing, which was adopted : 

The committee on place and preacher for next meeting respectfully 
report. 

That they have a request that the appointment of place be left 
to the Board of Missions. They recommend that the choice of place 
be left this committee or a special committee. 

They recommend for preacher Bro^ G. T. Watkins with Bro. L. W. 
Swope as alternate. 

The Committee. 



50 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTIOy. 

J. E. Ray, President of the Board of Missions, took the 

chair and J. W. Lynch read the report on State Missions as 

follows : 

STATE MISSIONS. 

In the work of the State Mission Board lies the basal hope of the 
civic and religious life of North Carolina. It touches with vitalizing 
and productive effect all the interests of our people and every cause 
of God, from the casting of clean ballots at home to the moral con- 
quests of foreign lands. It is the very clay of the kingdom. If it be 
enriched and cultivated, all good causes will flourish; if it be neg- 
lected, these must ultimately suffer. As well expect grapes from thorns, 
and figs from thistles, as future harvests from fields that lie waste and 
abandoned. Any cause, however good, that takes precedence over our 
State work is out of place, and is but satisfying, its present hunger 
with the seed corn of the future. A Christian people who neglect their 
own weak fields are not fit to be trusted with a foreign mission. If 
we love not our brother, whom we have seen, how can we love our 
brother whom we have not seen? By our fruits at home we are judged 
abroad. The heathen are not fools. They know the weak places in 
our country, and estimate our religion more by our civilization than 
by our Bible. If we could only get more of the mud-sill out of our 
own eyes, it would perhaps not be so difiicult to remove the mote from 
our foreign brother's eye. An intelligent Chinaman or Japanese going 
the rounds with our faithful and hard-worked Secretary would scarcely 
be impressed, save with our destitution, neglect and inefliciency. 

It is unwise and unbiblical to lengthen out our cords unless we 
first strengthen our stakes at home. Some sections of our country 
are now reaping the folly of adopting the policy of long cords and 
weak stakes. The State Mission work is our center of gravity. In 
missions, as in war, a strong home base is all important. English 
ships are on every sea, but the home fleet is kept ready at an hour's 
notice to circle the Island with a wall of fire. England is powerful 
abroad because she is strong at home. The reflex influence upon ob- 
serving pagans visiting the more enlightened Christian countries, such 
as England and parts of our own land, is in itself a missionary 
dynamic. The impressions carried back, either help or hinder the mes- 
sage we send. 

There are strategic points in North Carolina under the fostering care 
of the State Board that are of more ultimate importance than whole 
areas of space and teeming populations. God has His "spheres of 
influence" in the growing towns and soul-building schools of North 
Carolina, and in rural communities destined to be edens of productive- 
ness and nurseries of men. Let us take and develop them, and from 
them as His base of operations, God will send out His light and His 
truth. 

Religion has always recognized and fostered patriotism. David in- 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 51 

voked a palsied hand and paralytic tongue if he forgot Jerusalem. 
Our Lord loved Galilee, and wept over the capital of His country, while 
Paul, who preached in many lands, could have wished himself accursed 
for the salvation of his race. 

The question of civic righteousness in North Carolina is one for 
Baptists to ponder and pray over. By reason of our preponderant num- 
bers and strength at the polls, any stigma that may now or hereafter 
rest upon North Carolina because of illiteracy, or intemperance, or 
lawlessness, or misgovernment, must be largely to our discredit. We 
are not the State, but we are a large part of it. This being so, it is 
incumbent upon us to render unto God the things that are God's, and 
unto Cffisar the things that are Caesar's. Good citizenship in North 
• Carolina is at once a Baptist responsibility and a Baptist asset. 

Among the real statesmen in the State to-day are the all, but un- 
known and little rewarded missionary teachers and preachers, who, 
with the salt of their lives and light of their message, are redeeming 
waste places, endowing strategic points, promoting good citizenship, and 
teaching their people to hold a clean ballot in a strong hand. Upon 
their shoulders largely rests the weal of our commonwealth, and the 
section of the kingdom for which it is responsible, and we should 
render to our noble home guard every possible support and encourage- 
ment. 

Earnestly submitted, J. W. Lynch, 

E. A. Hedgpeth, 
A. A. Pippin, 
J. M. Stoner, 
S. J. Beeker, 

J. P. BOAVERS. 

The report was discussed by W. H. Eller, J. W. Wildman, 
T. C. King, S. F. Conrad, B. Craig, L. Johnson, J. W. Lynch, 
J. P. Cannady, and adopted. 

Pending the motion to adopt, a collection amounting to 
$67.20 was taken to lift a mortgage from a Baptist church- 
house on a mission field in Eastern Carolina. 

By motion of J. P. Cannady it was voted that the address 
of J. W. Lynch be requested for publication in the Biblical 
Recorder and for distribution in pamphlet form by the State 
Mission Board. 

C. F. Meserve offered the following, which was enthusiasti- 
cally adopted: 

That this Convention request the State Mission Board to grant Brother 
Livingston Johnson a vacation of two to four weeks, with a continua- 



52 N. C. BAPTIST STATE COyVENTION. 

tion of his regular salary in recognition of his faithful, successful 
and arduous service during the past eight years. 

The report of the Committee to ISTominate the Board of 
Education was adopted. (See list Boards of Convention, 
pages 7 and 8.) 

The Committee to nominate the Board of Missions re- 
ported, and the report was adopted. (See list of Boards of 
Convention, pages 7 and 8.) 

Resolution was offered by F. P. Hobgood to amend the 
Constitution by changing the time of meeting from Wednes- 
day to Tuesday evening after the first Sunday in December. 
By motion it was made special order for 4:30 o'clock to-day. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by R. J. Wil- 
lingham. 



THIRD DAY— Afternoon Session. 

The Convention reassembled and was led in prayer by T. 
T. Speight. 

On motion of T. T. Speight the report of the Committee 
on Place and Preacher for the next Convention was recon- 
sidered and it was voted to accept the invitation of the Wades- 
boro church to hold our next session in Wadesboro. 

L. Johnson presented the following, which was adopted : 

The commission on systematic beneficence, appointed by the Southern 
Baptist Convention at Hot Springs in May, 1908, met and appointed 
a subcommittee of five consisting of E. C_ Dargan, Chairman; M. J. 
Breaker, Secretary; and J. B. Gambrell, A. V. Rowe and Livingston 
Johnson, who were (in the language of the report creating the com- 
mission) "to devise a better system for raising funds for our missionary 
operations and make recommendation of same to the various State 
Conventions." 

At the call of the Chairman this committee, with secretaries R. J. 
Willingham and B. D. Gray sitting with them, met at the rooms of 
the Sunday School Board at Nashville, August 20, 1908. After care- 
fully considering data collected by Secretary Breaker and conferring 
together, the committee present the following recommendations: 

1. The lack of systematic distribution through the year of contri- 
butions to Home and Foreign Missions which results in the strain 
and rush during the closing weeks of the conventional year, requiring 



MINUTES OF SESSION 190S. 53 

the pajTnent of a large amount of interest on borrowed money, as 
well as other evils, is greatly to be deplored, and the need of a change 
of method is generally recognized. The committee finds that, generally 
speaking, three conditions prevail : ( 1 ) In some of the States there is 
apparently no system at all j (2) in some there are rudimentary and 
inadequate systems; (3) in some there are more or less elaborate and 
carefully worked out plans, which, however are only partially success- 
ful. In view of this state of things the committee recommends to each 
State Convention that through a special commission or otherwise, there 
be adopted a plan of collections which will secure regular, separate 
offerings for State, Home and Foreign Missions. To this end the fol- 
lowing is suggested as illustration: That two months, at different 
seasons of the year, be devoted to each of the three Mission Boards — 
State, Home and Foreign — the remaining time being left for other ob- 
jects. 

2. It is further recommended most earnestly that more general, more 
liberal and more systematic giving be urged in all the associations. 
Throughout the territory of the^ Southern Baptist Convention, in every 
district association scriptural giving should have a large place in the 
deliberations of the body. In these meetings, it is easily possible to 
ascertain the condition of the several churches. It can be known which 
churches give and which do not. And it should be possible to adopt 
plans to reach all the churches in any association, with an appeal for 
every part of the Lords work. In no other of our general bodies are 
there such possibilities of reaching and influencing the churches. They 
are near the churches and nearness is a large element in influencing 
the human mind. Through the district associations, we may rapidly 
win to cooperation, the thousands of churches now not cooperating, 
and lead them to a systematic and liberal support of all the departments 
of our Lord's work. We recommend that in every association, practical 
arrangements be made, by a corresponding secretary or an executive 
committee, or by a special committee on cooperation, to push the work 
of regular giving in all the churches the year round. If the district 
associations are properly led, it will not be long before we may double 
the number of regular givers and easily double our aggregate gifts to 
the objects fostered by the denomination. 

3. It is found that the congestion of funds in the last days of the 
conventional year is attributable in a considerable measure to the 
tardiness of treasurers of mission funds in forwarding money to the 
boards. We recommend that all treasurers, State, associational, church 
and society, promptly remit the moneys to the boards for which they 
were collected, and thus aid the boards and reduce the interest account 
of the denomination. E. C. Dargan, 

Manly J. Breaker, 
J. B. Gambrell, 
A. V. RowE, 
Livingston Johnson, 

Committee. 



54 ^^. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

I. J. Van Xess addressed the Com'ention in behalf of the 
Sunday School Board at N^ashville. . 

R. T. Vann, President of the Baptist University for Wo- 
men, presented the report of the Trustees of that institution 
as follows: 

REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE BAPTIST UNIVERSITY 
FOR WOMEN. 

We submit this, our tenth annual report, to the Convention, with 
grateful acknowledgment of God's signal blessings upon this institution, 
which have been repeated year by year. 

In spite of panics and floods, the attendance of students is larger 
than in any previous session, save the last, which surpassed any former 
record. The passing of the "four hundred"' mark in the enrollment 
of that session was publicly celebrated in the chapel last spring, when 
addresses were made by Governor Glenn, Superintendent Joyner, Presi- 
dent Brooks, of Baylor University, Mr: Josephus Daniels, Bro. J. W. 
Bailey, and the President of the institution. 

The enrollment for the present session to date is three hundred and 
fifty-two, representing sixty-three counties in North Carolina and six 
other States. Two hundred and fourteen of these board in our build- 
ings, and a few others who board in town attend as day scholars. 
Besides our own denomination, the Methodists, Episcopalians, Presby- 
terians Lutherans, Disciples, Christians, Primitive Baptists and Roman 
Catholics are represented in the student body, to the number of tifty- 
five in all. Ten applications for rooms in the main building or Fair- 
cloth Hall, had to be denied for lack of room; but there is a falling 
oflf in the number of club girls compared with last years record. This 
appears to be due, in part at least, to the August floods, since applica- 
tions for rooms from club girls ceased almost entirely from that time; 
and eight or ten of these girls who had sent in their room fees were 
compelled to remain at home. The various religious agencies that 
have been maintained by the students with the cooperation of the 
faculty for the last several years, are in active operation this session, 
and with good results. Among these agencies are nine voluntary mis- 
sion study classes, numbering one hundred and sixty-five students. 
The mission spirit among faculty and students was quickened by 
illuminating and inspiring addresses recently delivered before the school 
by ]Mr. Edmund D. Soper, of New York, General Field Secretary of the 
Young People's Missionary Movement, and Mr. William A. Brown, of 
Chicago, Western Field Secretary. Last spring, another of our alumnae. 
Miss Beulah Bowden entered the mission field in Mexico, under appoint- 
ment of our Foreign Board in Richmond. This makes the fourth 
young woman who has entered the foreign field from this institution 
in the nine years of its existence. It may interest you to know that 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 55 

the Missionary Society of the school has adopted Miss Sophia Lanneau 
as its missionary, and is working with the purpose of assuming hei- 
entire support as soon as possible. It contributed over $100 to this ob- 
ject last year and expects to raise $150 this session. 

Changes in the faculty have been made as follows: Miss Elizabeth 
A Colton has succeeded Professor Fowler in the chair of English, and 
Miss Mary Shannon Smith has succeeded Miss Blair in the chair of 
History. After receiving the degree of A.B. from Mount Holyoke, Miss 
Colton took the degree of AM., and the teacher's diploma from Colum- 
bia University, and afterwards did graduate work in Chicago. Miss 
Smith was graduated with the degree of A.B. from Leland Stanford, 
and subsequently specialized for a year at Harvard. Miss Foy John- 
son, daughter of our beloved Mission Secretary, has been chosen to 
teach the intermediate grades in place of Miss Porter, resigned, and 
Miss Cornelia Brownlee succeeds Miss Beck as one of the assistants- 
in Piano. Mrs. Earnshaw, who had done faithful service with us as 
superintendent of the club, and later as housekeeper for eight years, 
left us this fall to become Assistant Principal in Baylor University. 
We consider ourselves fortunate, however, in having secured Mrs. 
Lelia D. Hope to succeed her as housekeeper. The actual teaching 
force, which does not include the President, now numbers seventeen 
heads of departments or schools, nine assistants, two tutors and three 
preparatory teachers thirty-one in all. Fourteen teach in the School 
of Arts and Sciences, eleven in the School of Music, three in the School 
of Expression and Physical Culture, two in the School of Art, and 
one in the School of Business. 

The equipment of the mathematics department has been materially 
improved by the purchase of an up-to-date telescope with a four-inch 
lens. 

.Beginning next fall, the requirements for admission to the Freshman 
class will be raised in the Department of Latin by the addition of two 
books of Virgil, and in the Department of Mathematics by the addition, 
of the whole of Plane Geometry. 

We hope that the Convention will consider the expediency of inau- 
gurating at the earliest practicable moment a campaign for the pur- 
pose of raising an endowment of at least $100,000 for this institution. 
Experience has taught us that it is impossible to furnish the accomoda- 
tions, equipment and grade of teaching that were contemplated by the 
founders of the University, not to mention the yearly advancement 
along all lines that is demanded by the spirit of the age, unless we 
raise our fees beyond the reach of the mass of our people, and thus 
defeat the object for which the school was established. It has also 
taught us that seeking to run at cost, and therefore being unable to 
accumulate a fund from the fees of the school, we are not only sub- 
ject to temporary embarrassment from fluctuations in the market and 
in patronage, but we are in danger of serious calamity, should an 
epidemic empty our rooms and close our doors. 



56 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Schools of lower grades than ours in our State and elsewhere, and 
that are not committed to the policy of offering their advantages at 
cost, seem to have had a similar experience. For some of these have 
already begun canvassing for a substantial endowment, and in some 
instances have successfully completed their canvass. So that, omitting 
other considerations, unless steps are soon taken to give us an even 
chance with these colleges, it can not be long before we shall be out- 
classed by them in equipment, attendance and quality of teaching. Then 
the girls that ought to be trained in our own faith and for our own 
fields will be turned to other fields and other faiths. 

We have felt for some time the necessity for action, but have been 
content to wait until the great campaign for Wake Forest should be 
completed. And in view of the fact that these Wake Forest notes have 
still two years to run, we do not ask the Convention to begin now, 
any movement looking taward an endowment for the University for 
Women. But we do ask that you consider the expediency of authoriz- 
ing our Board of Trustees to take measures for launching such a 
movement at your next session, should this step seem to them advis- 
able. 

J. H. Highsmitb, J. J. Hall, L. R. Pruett, John T. Pul- 
len, C. B. Justice and C. F. Meserve spoke in behalf of the 
University for Women. It was voted that the Board of Trus- 
tees of the University for Women be authorized to begin at 
their next meeting a campaign for an endo\vment of not less 
than $100,000 for that institution, provided such a step seems 
to them advisable. 

The resolution to change the time of meeting of the Con- 
vention was discussed by a number of brethren. Pending 
the motion to adopt the Convention adjourned with benedic- 
tion by L. Johnson. 



THIRD DAY— Evening Session. 

After reassembling at 7 :30 o'clock the Convention was led 
in prayer by W. W. Smith. 

H. W. Battle read the report of the Committee on Woman's 
Work, which was adopted, as follows: 

REPORT ON WOMAN'S WORK. 

It has never been denied that woman has some great work to do for 
her Lord, to whom she is in such a peculiar sense, unspeakably indebted; 
but just what that work should be, was, until recent years, hidden in 



MINUTES OF SESSION 190S. 57 

a cloud of misty doubts generated by ignorance and prejudice^ We are 
happy to report that this ignorance is fast being dissipated by the 
enlightened spirit of the times, and that the prejudice, once so common, 
has been conquered, or whipped into respectful silence, by the un- 
answerable logic of events. 

Woman has demonstrated her right to a cordial and grateful wel- 
come within the sphere of our organized denominational activities by 
the consecration of her spirit, the charm of her refined culture, and 
the munificence of her gifts. 

Your committee, in contemplating the work of our Christian women 
through their various organizations, as set forth in reports to the State 
and Southern Baptist Conventions, are filled with sentiments of the 
profoundest gratitude to God, for such invaluable help from a source, 
which we believe he has raised up for a time like this. We would, there- 
fore, urge our churches to elicit and foster the great auxiliary mission- 
ary work, undertaken by our women, under the direction of the Central 
Committee, counting it of incalculable, spiritual and material worth, 
both to the local church and the larger "fellowship of the faith." 

Much as has been accomplished, this work is manifestly in its 
incipiency, and the wisdom with which it has been planned and con- 
ducted is prophetic of greater things probably than our sisters them- 
selves have dreamed. 

By laying the foundation deep and strong in Missionary Study 
Courses, and strategically commanding the future through the Sunbeam 
Societies and Boys' Bands, our sisters seem to have perfected their 
splendid scheme; and, with proper sympathy and cooperation, they 
may be trusted to impart to it the highest practical efficiency. 

This Convention would here record an acknowledgment of its debt 
of gratitude to the organized auxiliary activities of our Baptist women, 
and bespeak for them the high measure of appreciative encouragement 
to which we believe their sacred motives and magnificent achievements 
so richly entitle them. Henry W. Battle, 

Robert P. Walker, 
J. M. Arnette, 
J. D. Elliott, 
]\I. W. Buffalo. 

J. T. Henderson spoke on belialf of the Laymen's Move- 
ment. 

The vote on the resolution to change the time of the annual 
meeting of the Convention was taken ; 199 voted in favor of it 
and it was declared carried. 

W. C. Tyree, Vice-President of the Foreign Mission Board, 
took the chair. 



58 y. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVEXTIOX. 

J. L. White read the report of the Committee on Foreign 
Missions, which was adopted, as follows: 

REPORT OX FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

All Christian effort has for its ultimate, the evangelization of the 
world. Our Lord said, "Go ye into all the world and preach my 
gospel to every creature." The divine program is declared in the 
utterance, "And ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem and 
in all Judea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost parts of the 
earth." The inspiration of all missionary effort is that we are filling 
up the measure of Christ's sufferings and joj^ in giving his gospel 
to all nations, tribes and tongues. 

Unto this end we have been ordained, to give the gospel to a lost 
world. "As the Father hath sent me, even so, I also send you." 
Christ died for the whole world, and we are to give the joyful message 
to all the world. The individual disciple, and the church which fails 
to keep this the last, and greatest command of our risen Lord is 
painfully disobedient, and has ignored His covenant vow in baptism. 

THE WORK AT THE FRONT. 

We have now altogether 556 workers on the field, 222 missionaries, 
and 334 native assistants. This is an increase of 56 workers during the 
year. 

There are 229 churches and 467 outstations with 14,179 members, 
and 139 houses of worship; 220 Sunday Schools with 7,526 scholars. 
These churches with the missionaries contributed last year $34,825. 
All of these figures show a gratifying advance over the year before. 
The work in enlarging in a remarkable way. 

Twenty-four new missionaries went out during the year. Quite a 
number of others will likely be appointed in the very near future. 

There are now 128 schools connected with our missions, with 3,194 
scholars in attendance. All of these schools are training workers 
for the future. There are eight Theological Schools with about 150 
students, who will soon be a great power for evangelizing their own 
people. It is most important that we increase the number and augment 
the equipment of these schools. 

The board now has 12 medical missionaries, who treated 38,000 
patients during the year, giving to them healing for their bodies, and 
teaching them of the Great Physician of their souls. Our hospitals 
are all overflowing, and there is the sorest need for a number of new 
hospitals. 

We have now four excellent printing plants, which are sending out 
the leaves of truth for the healing of all nations. There is one in 
China, one in Brazil, one in Argentina and one in Mexico. We need 
publishing houses on all our fields. 

There were 2,174 converts baptized on our fields last year. We have 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 59 

heard of large numbers being baptized since the beginning of the new 
year, but the largest results, due to the leavening power of the gospel 
among the people, can not be tabulated. 

Your committee calls special attention to the work of our Theological 
Schools in the foreign field. These institutions are training native 
workers, through whom the great mass of the heathen world must be 
reached. " And with our gifts earnest prayer should be made, that God 
would call forth from China, Japan and Italy, some great soul like 
Garibaldi, Italy's political Moses, who should call their countrymen to 
repentance, and unto the liberty, which is Christ Jesus the Lord. 

Calls for enlargement are coming from all the fields, and every 
department of the work needs enlarged equipment. The Convention 
at Hot Springs decided to try to raise $500,000 this year for Foreign 
Missions. This will be 25 per cent increase over last year's contribu- 
tions. The Board is ready and anxious to enlarge the work. What 
will the North Carolina churches say? Will we raise the 25 per cent 
increase, which means $45,000? 

NEEDS AT HOME. 

The things to be pressed at home are: 

( 1 ) The Educational Department. Our boaiTl is to be commended 
for its wise and timely effort through the Educational Secretary, Rev. 
T. B. Ray, to organize mission study classes in all our churches. This 
is basal. We urge our churches in their Sunday Schools, Baptist Young 
People's Unions, Woman's Societies to press this work. We recom- 
mend that each Sunday School purchase the Board's Mission Library. 

(2) The Laymen's Movement. Y'^our committee suggests the ap- 
pointment of a committee to arrange for a Laymen's Conference some 
time this summer. We express the hope that it may be held at Blue 
Mont in connection with the assembly. 

(3) A more strenuous effort to enlist the noncontributing members 
in our churches, and the noncontributing churches in our Convention. 
It is a painful fact that about one-fourth of our Baptist churches in 
the State do not contribute to Foreign Missions, or 567 out of 1850 
give nothing toward the world's evangelization. It is also known that " 
many members of those churches in the contributing column give noth- 
ing. W^e turn to our pastors, God's appointed leaders, and beseech them 
to take this situation to heart, and prayerfully and persistently apply 
the remedy, namely, enlightenment and enlistment. 

Our beloved Corresponding Secretary, Dr. Willingham, recently said: 
"Let it be remembered that 10,085 of our churches in the Southern 
Baptist Convention gave nothing for Foreign Missions last year. Yet 
we are the people who glory in being Missionary Baptists, because it 
means implicit obedience to the commands of our Lord. Are we mis- 
named, or mistaken,, or misappropriating the Lord's money? Will you 
look around you, see if one of these noncontributing churches is near 
you, and if so, do your best to get it to give something this year?" 



60 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

THE world's best DAY. 

A new era has dawned for Foreign Missions. We see His star in 
the East. The march of events in startling, and rapid. Just now 
Leopold, King of the Belgians, has placed the Congo Free State in the 
hands of the Belgian government, with the guarantee of religious 
liberty and the abolition of slavery and the slave trade. Only a little 
while since the Italian government has made one day in seven a day 
of rest. The recent revolt of the modernists in the Roman Catholic 
Church has shaken papacy to its foundation and numbered its days. 
Christian Rome may yet be. The death of the King and Empress 
Dowager of China will make certain the reforms and advancement for 
which China has been yearning. China is in the throes of a mighty moral 
and intellectual revolution. The highest evidence of this is the revolt 
of the Chinese women, who for over four thousand years have been 
the great conservative fadtor in the old civilization, and the sheet 
anchor of slavish customs. The revolt is against the existing family 
institution which makes the daughter a mere chattel, and against the 
dense ignorance of women. Only one in ten thousand Chinese women 
can read. Through strong organizations, they demand "free marriages," 
giving the daughter the privilege of choosing her own husband. The 
women of China have already secured three notable reforms: (1) That 
the childless widow and divorced wife are not abandoned, as heretofore, 
to a lot of misery, but are given positions in government offices and in 
banks and hospitals. The educated are sent to Japan to take up courses 
of study. (2) The imperial edict against footbinding. (3) The com- 
pulsory education of girls. With the changed social conditions, the 
old classic literature is doomed. New ideals that are springing up and 
invigorating the intellectual life of China must find expression in a new 
literature. Shall it be Christian? Chinese mj'thology and religious 
customs are doomed. There must be a new faith and form of worship 
for the new life. Shall they be Christian? 

The recent treaty between Japan and the United States guarantees 
the integrity of China and makes largely for the permanent peace of 
.the East. 

"It is daybreak everywhere.'' It is the world's best day. It is the 
day of opportunity for the church of God. And over all the 850,000,000 
heathen, who know not our Saviour, awake, awaiting the gospel mes- 
sage, we see one like unto the Son of Man, saying, "Come over and help 
us." Will we go or send? j. l. White, 

E. W. Stone, 
C. F. ]\Ieserve, 
R. P. Thomas, 
A. J. Freeman. 

Pending the motion to adopt addresses were made by S. 
J. Porter and R. J. Willingliam. The Convention was led 
in prayer by C. B. Justice. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 61 

Joseph T. Watts offered the following resolution, which 
was adopted: 

Whereas, There is at this time no State organization of Baptist 
Young People's Unions in North Carolina, and 

Whereas, There are a number of successful Baptist Young People's 
Unions in our churches, and 

Whereas, There is a distinct and important work in the training 
of young people through this recognized agency, therefore, 

Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed to consider the hold- 
ing of a Young People's Convention in conjunction with the assembly 
at Blue Mont, to be arranged in cooperation with the Sunday School 
Chautauqua provided for by the report on Sunday Schools. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by T. J. 
Taylor. 



EOURTH DAY— MoENiNG Session. 

Wilson, N". C, December 12, 1908. 

The Convention gathered at 9 o'clock. Devotional exer- 
cises were conducted by J. L. White. 

The minutes of yesterday's proceedings were read and ap- 
proved. 

IST. B. Broughton read a letter from F. M. Jordan bearing- 
fraternal greetings. 

J. D. Hufham offered the following, which was adopted: 

Whereas, Elder F. M. Jordan was for many years a member of this 
body and a regular attendant on its sessions, whenever attendance was 
practicable; and 

Whereas, He rendered invaluable service as a member of the Board 
of Missions and of the Board of Trustees of Wake Forest College; and 

Whereas, He was active and faithful in the ministry, preaching 
the gospel as an evangelist, with extraordinary power and enduring suc- 
cess in every part of the State; and 

Whereas, In his old age, near four-score years, he now lies in his 
mountain home, never again to attend the great gatherings of his 
brethren, or take part in the Baptist activities of the State; therefore 

Resolved, That we do assure our brother of our loving and prayerful 
sympathy in his loneliness and suffering. 

• A collection amounting to $28.07 was taken and J. D. Huf- 
ham was requested to send same to Brother Jordan. 



62 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

It was ordered that a Committee on Pastors' Conference 
be one of the standing committees of the Convention. 
The President appointed the following committees : 

Laymen's Work (Foreign Mission report) — J. L. White, F. D. Hale, 
J. H. Highsmith, T. S. Franklin, R. B. Horn. 

Systematic Giving — L. Johnson, G. T. Liimj^kin, J. A. Campbell, 

B. W. Spilman, Walters Durham. 

Baptist Young People's Unions (Watt's resolution) — J. T. Watts, 

C. E. Maddrey, M. A. Wood, M. A. Adams, W. C. Barrett. 

Aged Ministers Home — W. C. Barrett, W. C. Tyree, M. L. Kesler, 
J. J. Hall, C. E. Brewer. 

Pastor's Conference — T. J. Taylor, J. W. Wildman, S. L. ^Morgan, 
J, R. Doan, W. H. Reddish. 

To Report at Next Session of the Convention: 

On Foreign Missions — A. J. Moncrief. 

On Home Missions — H. W. Battle. 

On OrpJianage-f-J. W. Lynch. 

On Sunday Schools — J. W. Bailey. 

On Obituaries— T. T. Speight. 

On State Missions — C. L. Greaves. 

The following report of the Committee on Correspondence 
Course was read by W. R. Cullom and adopted: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE OX CORRESPOXDENCE COtjRSE. 
The response from our Baptist pastors and workers in Xorth Carolina 
to the movement inaugurated by this Convention one year ago, looking 
toward a correspondence work among our people has shown beyond 
question that there is a place for this work in our system. The past 
year has been more or less experimental, and further experience will 
no doubt improve our methods and enlarge our results. During the 
spring, one hundred and nineteen were enrolled in the study, of the 
Life of Christ, and during the fall, one hundred and thirty-one were 
enrolled in the study of the great foundations of our faith. Something 
like a thousand of the best books to be had on these subjects have been 
distributed among our people, and we are sure that their influence for 
good can be known only in eternity. 

The committee has arranged another course for the coming spring 
on the book of Acts and the Epistles of Paul. In view of the fact that 
the Sunday School lessons for the first half of 1909 will be on this 
subject, we recommend that our Sunday School workers take this 
course as well as our pastors. 

W. R. Cullom, 
W. C. Tyree, 
Livingston Johnson, . 
B. W. Spilman. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 190S. 63 

Baylus Cade offered the following resolution, whicli was 
adopted : 

Whereas, Our brother, Prof. F. P. Hobgood, has given thirty-eight 
years of intelligent and laborious consecration to the higher education 
of our young women — ten of those years at Raleigh, and twenty-eight 
of them at Oxford; and 

Whereas, Our dear brother's experience in the educating of women 
is ripening more and more into higher things, therefore, 

Resolved, That this Convention takes great pleasure in commending 
him and his work to the consideration of our people as worthy of their 
confidence and esteem. 

J. B. Carlyle offered the following resolution: 

Whereas, It is a recognized principle of the Christian religion that 
preachers should live of the gospel, and 

Whereas, The cost of living in recent years has been greatly in- 
creased, therefore 

Be it Resolved, That this Convention suggest to its constitutent 
churches the duty of looking into the question of salaries paid to their 
faithful and eflficient pastors with a view to an increase at the begin- 
ning of the year 1909, wherever practicable. 

It was adopted unanimously by the laymen of the Conven- 
tion. 

The following report, presented by J. L. White, was 
adopted : 

Your Committee on Laymen's Movement beg to recommend: 

1. That we hold a Laymen's Conference this summer at Blue jNIont. 

2. That the conference be held in connection with the Sunday School 
Chautauqua and Young People's Convention, if suitable arrangements 
can be made. 

A letter was read from Elizabeth Marsh, President, and' 
Elizabeth _C. Moore, Cor. Secretary of the Woman's Christian 
Temperance Union, expressing congratulations upon the prog- 
ress made in our State in behalf of temperance reform and 
reaffirming their determined position with regard to same. 

C. M. Beach, for the Committee on Secondary Schools, 

presented the following report: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON SECONDARY SCHOOLS. 

The present call for well equipped and consecrated men and women 
has perhaps never been equalled in the history of our denomination. 
In all departments of the work and in all the different fields of opera- 



G4 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

tion, we are unable to measure up to our great opportunities on account 
of this lack of equipment and consecration. 

This urgent call emphasizes very greatly our need of Christian 
institutions of learning, institutions where the spirit and words of 
Jesus are impressed upon the minds and hearts of the boys and girls, 
where this special type of manhood and womanhood in demand is the 
chief aim. 

While this demand is steadily increasing, the prospect of supply, 
judging from our own schools, is materially diminishing. Your com- 
mittee last year reported 20 secondary schools with 135 teachers and 
2,955 pupils. This year we are forced to report only 15 schools with 
86 teachers and 2,000 pupils, a falling off of more than 30 per cent 
in the schools, which prepare 90 per cent of the students for Wake 
Forest College and the Baptist University for Women, and almost all 
our preachers and other denominational leaders. Should this dropping 
off be allowed to continue, our colleges, our mission boards, and all 
other denominational agencies must ere long suffer. 

As Baptists we are under mighty obligations both to our own 
prosterity and to a lost world. These obligations can best be met 
by maintaining Christian sc*hools which shall inspire and prepare our 
boys and girls to fill their true mission in life, and through them 
enable us to give to the world the message of salvation. If we believe 
in Christian education and if we intend "to lengthen the cords and 
strengthen the stakes," the time has evidently come in North Carolina 
when our Baptist hosts must unite on some system for preserving and 
strengthening our schools. 

Believing that our obligations to God, to our denomination, to our 
prosterity, and to the world, demand that we maintain and equip a 
strong system of schools in North Carolina; and, believing that to delay 
united effort longer, would be disastrous, we, your committee, urge the 
adoption of the following recommendations: 

1. That this Convention appoint a committee consisting of one re- 
presentative, each from six Baptist secondary schools, Wake Forest 
College, and the Baptist University for Women, Secretary of Missions, 
Secretary of Sunday Schools, Secretary of Mountain Schools under 
Home Board, and the editor of the Biblical Recorder, which committee 
shall be known as the Baptist Secondary School Board of North Caro- 
lina. 

2. That this board as soon as practicable shall select such secondary 
Baptist schools as may be deemed wise, which schools shall be made 
centers of Baptist effort to equip, and as soon as possible, to endow 
so far as is necessary, to secure permanence and general usefulness. 

3. That in the selection of these schools, the board shall endeavor 
to distribute so as to cover all sections of the State, and to locate 
where expenses will be as low as is consistent with the grade of work 
required. 

4. That the following requirements be made of the schools before 
selection: 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 65 

(a) That the school be perpetually owned and controlled by a 
Board of Baptist Trustees, which trustees shall report annually to 
Creneral Board. 

(b) That the principal of said school shall be a member of a Bapti&t 
Church; also the faculty as far as is practicable. 

(c) That the schools shall agree to a uniform curriculum to be de- 
termined by the board. 

(d) That each school shall agree to canvass at least such territory 
as shall be allotted to it by the board. 

5. That all local matters, such as price of board, length of term, 
election and salary of teachers, etc., be left to the local Board of Trus- 
tees. 

6. For the purpose of carrying out the above recommendations, we 
further recommend that said board elect a secretary to be known as 
••Educational Secretary of the Convention." That said secretary shall, 
give his entire time to canvassing the State, for the purpose of arousing 
and strengthening sentiment for Christian education, soliciting funds 
to equip schools selected, and such other work as may appear needful 
to the board. 

7. That the salary of the secretary be arranged by the board with 
schools interested. 

8. That this board shall report through its secretary to each session 
of the Convention. C. M. Beach, 

J. A. Beam, 
Martin A. Wood. 

After full discussion the report was adopted. 

On motion of G. T. Lumpkin a committee was appointed 
to nominate the members of the Board provided for in the 
above report. G. T. Lumpkin, E. L. Middleton, M. L. Kes- 
ler, B. W. Spilman, J. T. Alderman were the committee. 

They retired and made up their report as follows, which 
was adopted: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE TO NOMINATE BAPTIST SECOXDARY 
SCHOOL BOARD. 

We, your committee, recommend: 

1. That the Corresponding Secretary of the Baptist State Convention, 
the Sunday School Secretary, the Secretary of Mountain School Work, 
and the Editor of the Biblical Recorder be named as an Executive Com- 
mittee of the proposed board. 

2. That all Baptist schools under denominational control, be given 
a representative on this board, and these schools be requested to select 
their own representative. 



66 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

3. That the above named Executive Committee be the agency for mak- 
ing effective the above named provisions. 

G. T. Lumpkin, 
M. L. Kesler, 

E. L. MiDDLETOX, 

J. T. Alderman, 
B. W. Spilman. 

The following report on obituaries was presented by G. S. 
■Jones and adopted : 



IN MEMORIAM. 

REPORT OF GOAiailTTEE OX OBITUARIES. 

At the last session of the Convention the report of this committee 
was partial, owing to the fact that it was impossible for the members 
of the conmiittee to secure data upon which to make the report full 
and complete. In order to avoid this lack of information, the writer 
was appointed one year ahead to collect material to be incorporated 
into a report for this Convention as full and complete as possible. 
And the writer fully realizing the personal responsibility of a sacred 
trust began at once to file away the Biblical Recorder, which week 
after week contains the obituary of our departed dead. During the year 
many of our brethren and sisters have crossed the River to rest be- 
neath the shade of those beautiful trees, whose branches never wither, 
and whose buds never cease to bloom. To eulogize the life and charac- 
ter of each one who has left us during the year, would require volumes. 
And to carefully avoid making any invidious distinctions, all that we 
can do in this report is to give the list of our illustrious dead, leaving 
it to the brethren who knew them best, to eulogize in brief speeches 
with reference to their lives and characters. The large number who 
left us during the past year reminds us of the fact that: 

"Death rides on every passing breeze, 
He lurks in every flower." 

We have seen the youngest and the strongest fall before the grim 
monster. Who will be the next victim ? is the solemn question before 
113 to-day. Fathers and brethi-en, the increasing death roll reminds 
us of the fact, that whatever we are going to do for God and humanity 
must be done quickly. 

"The youth in life's green spring, and he who goes. 
In the full strength of years matron and maid. 
The speechless babe and the gray headed man. 
Shall one by one be gathered by thy side 
By those, who in their turn shall follow them." 




R. GWALTXEY, D.D. 

1834—1907. 




J. B. BooxE, D.I). 

183(i— 1908. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 67 

The following is a list of our dead, whose names have appeared dur- 
ing the year on the pages of the Biblical Recorder, as well as names 
obtained from other sources: 

Rev. W. R. Gwaltney, D.D., one of the best known and well beloved 
ministers in the Baptist denomination* ; Bro. J. C. Forbes, deacon in 
Sawyers Creek Church; Sister Mildred Letitia Siler, Ramseur Church; 
Miss Edna J. Hudson, Apex Church ; Mrs. Mary Alford, a heroine in 
Fishing Creek Church; Bro. J. T. Pope, Moore's Creek Church; Wil- 
liam A. French, deacon in First Church, Wilmington, N. C; Mrs. 
J. E. C. Bell daughter of Burwell M_ Baxter, LL.D., of Shawboro, 
X. C; William Baily Owen, Star, N. C.; Caswell Britt, Oruih, K C, 
a gallant Confederate soldier and deacon in Long Branch Church; 
Sister Sally Kate Johnson, Great Marsh Church; Mrs. Harriet Sue 
Whiteside, wife of Z. T. \^Tiiteside of Rutherford County; Sister 
Arunlin Hufham, Chadbourn Church; Bro. George Gurganus, Shiloh 
Church; Mrs. Irene Pearl Callis Williams, of Choeowinity Church; 
Mrs. J. V. Ware, Forest City Church; W, R. Haywood, Parkton 
Church; Joseph HoUomon, deacon in Ahoskie Church; Ada, the be- 
loved wife of William P. Ferrell; Mrs. Annie M. White, Galeed Church; 
Mrs. Sarah C. Callahan, Galeed Church; W. H. Burroughs, one of 
the honored dead of Durham Church; M. W. Veazy, of Granville 
County; Mrs. Carrie Floyd, of Ashpole Church; Mrs. Nancy J. Clifton, 
Cedar Creek Church; Deacon Louis Humphrey, Saddletree Church; 
Capt. J. C. Howard; MJrs. Anna M. Pegram; Thomas Parson, deacon 
of Salem Church, Weeksville; Mrs. S. C. Humphrey, Bethel Hill 
Church; Mrs. V. P. Moir, First Church, Winston; Sister Stainbach, 
wife of Frank Stainbach, New Bethel Church; C. E. Timberlake, 
Youngsville; Mrs. Danna Graves; Mrs. W. S. Brew'er, Boardman Church; 
]\Irs. Nanny Hull, wife of Rev. W. F, Hull; Mrs. Ruth Daughtridge, 
Oak Level Church; Mrs. Anna J. Inmon, Ashpole Church; James M. 
Shelton, Trinity Church; Mrs. Sarah H. Perry; Mrs. Cynthia Burton 
Perkinson, Sharon Church; Solomon R. Ward, Livingston Church; 
Sister Dellie Forehand, Chapel Hill Church; Mrs. Bettie Sloan, South 
River Church; Mrs J. C. Hulin, First Church of Durham; Sister 
Edna Hudson; Emeline V. Turrentine, Leaksville Church; Winfield 
Newton, Mt. Zion Church; Rev, P. S. C. Davis, beloved pastor of Bel- 
haven Baptist Church; Rev. F. P. O'Neal, beloved deacon of Edgemont 
Church; Miss Fannie Webb, exemplary member of Rocky Hock Church; 
M. 0. Jackson, Baptist Chapel Church; Miss Bettie Womble, Shady 
Grove Church; Mrs. Bessie Duckworth, Brevard; W. A. Chestunt, 
venerable man of God in Roman Church; Mrs. Jennie Holt, Mt. Zion 
Church; Geo. H. Broughton, Rolesville Church; Sister Annie E. White, 
Lake Church; Mrs. Margaret Barus Bynum, Buckhorn Church, Hert- 
ford County; Sister Zylphia Ann Baker, First Church, Goldsboro, 
N. C. ; Sister Dorcas Smith, First Church, Goldsboro; Dorsey B. Evans, 
Ballard's Bridge Church; Bro. Media Evans, one of the heroes of 

* A church builder prominently a faithful consecrated pastor with the true "Shep- 
herd heart." 



68 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Gettysburg ; Sister Dollie Norris, mother of H. W. Norris, Holly 
Springs; Geo. Washington Cochran, Newton Church; Sister Martha 
Elizabeth Reid, Spencer; Mrs. Fannie Fort; Mrs. H. M. Williams, 
Chapel Hill; Bro. Geo. A. Eegister, Bladen County; Sister Alma 
Powell, Gold Rock; Mrs_ Dillie Norris, Holly Springs; Bro. Lemuel 
Harris, Riverside Church; Sister Susie Lillian Hobgood, Granville 
County; Sister Mollie McKeel, of Snow Hill Church; Mrs. Pauline 
Higgs of Goldsboro; Bro. J. H. Henry, of Beulah Church; Mrs. Lavina 
Stone Riehler, of Charlotte; Mrs. Nancy Hales, Cedar Creek Church; 
Bro. Benjamin Harrelson, Cerro Gordo; James Dickinson Fore, of 
Western Prong Church; Kenneth Rayner Pendleton, Edenton: Bro. 
Lemuel Harris Clark, of Riverside Church; Arthur Vernon Britt, Garner 
Church; INI. M. Brodeux, Livingston Chapel Church; Sister Mary E. 
Tatum, Farmington Church; Bro. W. Festus Hodge, of New Hope 
Church; Sister Kittie E. Brinson, First Church of New Bern; Sister 
Martha Pearle Olive, Swift Creek Church; Sister H. M. Williams, West 
End Chapel Church; Mrs. Mary Tuttle; Bro. Media Evans, Coleraine 
Church; Sister Olive Young Wilkie, Forest City Church; Bro. Thomas 
Johns, Mt. Moriah Church; Sister Arthur Miller, church unknown; 
Bro. Wiley T. Sykes, Pentecostal Church; Bro. Macon Vaughn, Lees- 
ville Church; Sister Mary Keel, Snow Hill Church; Sister Charissa E. 
Bradley, Laurel Branch Church; Bro. Albert F. Estes, Rocky Springs 
Church; Sister Frances C. Fort, Forestville Church; Sister Catherine 
Wait Pleasant, Berrys Grove Church; Sister William Pritchard, Au- 
lander Church; Sister Fannie Webb, Rocky Hock Church; Bro. Wil- 
liam Gifford Lewis, Statesville Church; Deacon J. J. Rodwell, Garner 
Church; Miss Jane Byrd and Mrs. Mattie Myers, Second Church, Dur- 
ham; Mrs. Annie Suitt; Bro. C. H. Pulham, Bethel Hill Church; 
Sister Idella Edward, Cool Run Church; Mrs. Margaret Bynum, Buck- 
horn Church; Sister Dicey Clark, Cape Fear Church; Mrs. Henry 
Troutnian, First Church, Statesville; Miss Nannie Bruton, Mt. Gilead 
Church; Mrs. Mary E. Hiat, Indian Grove Church; Sister Mary 
Nichols, Salem Church; Bro. Isaac Hight; Sister Celia Bazemore, Re- 
publican Church; Sister Mattie Sue Davis, Providence Church, Cas- 
well County; Rev. B. Leggett, beloved pastor of Cedar Branch Church; 
Sister Sarah F. Coppersmith, Salem Church; Sister Mary Riven- 
bark, Island Creek Church; Sister Virgie Mary Matthews, Green 
Level Church; Mrs. F. P. Garner, High Point; Mrs. R. W. Livemiore, 
Red Springs Church ; Mrs. Flora Collier Odum, Raft Swamp Church ; 
Bro. Pate Smith, Confederate soldier; Mrs, N. K. Cashwell, Ashpole 
Church; Sister Martha Ives, Corinth Church; Sister Mary Magnora 
Napier, Brown Mountain Church; Bro. William J. Anderson, Con- 
federate soldier, Antioch Ciiurch, Cumberland County; Sister ^Nlary 
McKeithan, Rockingham Church; Sister Mary E. Morgan, Elizabeth 
City; Bro. Clyde Bell, Pollocksville Church; Bro_ Charley L. Luther, 
a gallant Confederate soldier. Hominy Church; ilrs. P. W. Whitener, 
church unknown; Mrs. Stella West, church unknown; Mrs. Jennie 



MINUTES OF SESSION 190S. 69 

Meadows O'Brian, Mt. Zion Church; L. M. Curtis, a faithful minister 
of the gospel in West Chowan Association; Miss Virgie May Matthews, 
Green Laurel Church; Bro. Jno. J. Rodwell; Sister Susan Bragg Gre- 
gory, Shiloh Church; Deacon Jno. C. Carroll, Burgaw; Mrs. Sallie 
Hall, Mt. Pisgah Church; Mrs. Sarah M. G. Lewis, First Church, 
Ealeigh; Bro. Mumford Monroe Kirk, Corinth Church; Lower Eowan, 
was a gallant Confederate soldier; Bro. John W. Boone; Harrell Stone, 
a Confederate soldier; Mrs. Euphemia Livingston MeXeill, Spring 
Hill Church; Rev. A. D. Hunter, a leading and beloved brother in 
Ealeigh Association, Cary Church. 

Eev. iloses Baldwin recently died in Huntersville. He was a strong 
preacher — had been pastor of strong churches — teacher of high schools 
and academies in this State — doing a fine work_ Some of our most 
prominent business men in the western section received their training 
at his hands. 

This long list of names just read are given for a purpose. In the 
first place all these brethren and sisters have passed away under 
ordinary circumstances. That is no plague, famine, or pestilence, has 
thinned our ranks, and this fact should stimulate us to be ready to 
answer the roll up yonder. In the second place, each name on this 
long list was somebody's loved one and useful in the community in 
which they lived and labored, and it is nothing but proper that their 
.name- should appear upon the roll of our honored dead. Brethren, 
let ITS endeavor to preserve a complete roll of our dead, and thus fulfill 
•God's work, which declares that "Tlie righteous shall be held in ever- 
lasting remembrance." 

J. A. Smith, 

G. S. JOXES, 

H. A. Brown, 

W. H. H. Lawhox. 



Pending the motion to adopt appreciative remarlvs were 
made by J. C. Scarborongli, J. R. Pace, F. P. Hobgood, J. 
D. Hnfham, M. A. Adams and H. A. Brown. 

The President, by authority of the Convention, appointed 
the following committee on the Correspondence Course : W. 
C. Tyree, L. Johnson, H. C. Moore, B. W. Spilman, W. R. 
Cullom. 

L. Johnson, for the Committee on Systematic Giving, made 
the following report, which was adopted: 

We, your committee, fully recognize the independence of the local 
church, and that no body of cliurches, whether association, State or 
Southern Convention, can, in any way dictate to a local church, or 



70 N. G. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

presume to impose upon it any task that it is not willing to assume. 
There is no such thing as "The Baptist Church," if that phrase is meant 
to include more than one local church; for each Baptist church is (a re- 
public), independent of all other churches. 

While, however, we all recognize the independence of Baptist Churches, 
there is an interdependence that we must not fail to see. By common 
consent, these local churches organize into associations and conventions 
in order to cooperate in general denominational work. Money is 
necessary to the prosecution of our work. Each department is laid 
out annually on a certain financial basis, and the money to meet these 
demands must come from the churches. That we need some better 
financial system among our churches, is clear to 'all who have had to 
do with raising money for conventional objects. 

We, your committee, therefore, beg to submit the following report, 
not as dictating, but merely suggesting to the churches what, in our 
opinion, would be a practical financial system : 

1. That a committee composed of members of the State Mission 
Board be appointed for the purpose of suggesting to the associations, 
the amounts to be raised for the various objects, making a just dis- 
tribution based on last year's contributions. 

2. We suggest that, the pastors in each association, and one member 
from each church, meet at some convenient time and place, and sug- 
gest to the churches the amounts apportioned to each association. 

3. We suggest the following schedule of collections: 

January, February, INIarch — Foreign Missions. 

April, May — Home Missions. 

June and Thanksgiving — Orphanage. 

July — Optional. 

August — Ministerial Education. 

September, October, November — State ilissions. 

December — Ministers Relief. 

Collections in Sunday School: 

One Sunday in the year — State Sunday School work. 

One Sunday in each month — Orphanage. 

Of course, it will be understood that this plan is to be flexible. Some 
churches already have financial systems, which are working well. We 
would not advise them to change their present plans simply for the 
sake of conforming to these suggestions; but we believe if churches, 
which have no plans, or if those whose methods are not satisfactory, 
will adopt and faithfully work the above schedule, the results will be 
encouraging. 

G. T. LuMPKix, 
B. W. Spilmax, 
Walters Durham, 
Livingston Johnson, 
J. A. Campbell. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1908. 71 

S. L. Morgan offered the following resolutions, which were 
adopted : 

Resolved, That the thanks of this Convention are due and they are 
hereby heartily tendered to the pastor and members of the First Bap- 
tist Church of Wilson, and to the people of the town in general, for the 
home-like, hearty and cordial way wherein they have entertained this 
Convention, and we tender also to the transportation companies for 
courtesies they have shown us in giving reduced fare upon their several 
lines of travel. 

Resolved, That the secretaries be authorized to print 4,000 copies 
of the minutes and that they be allowed the usual compensation, to be 
paid by the Treasurer. 

Bro. Clarence A. Smith, for the Committee to ISTominate 
Ministers' Eelief Board, reported. (See list of Boards of 
Convention, pages 7 and 8.) 

The Committee on Religions Exercises announced preach- 
ing at 7:30 to-night, and the list of appointments for various 
members of the Convention in the churches of Wilson for to- 
morrow. 

On motion of L. Johnson, J. D. Hufham was requested to 
conduct closing exercises after the sermon at First Baptist 
Church to-morrow night and the Convention adjourned to 
meet in Wadesboro, Tuesday, December 7, 1909, at 7 :30 p. m. 

Closing prayer by G. S. Jones. 

J. B. Carlyle^ 

President. 

'N. B. Beoughton, 

Chas. E. Brewer^ 
Secretaries. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 



[This list is given by Associations (capitals) and churches (black). 
The post-office address, if different from name of church, follows names 
of messengers.] 

BEULAH. 
Clement — C. E. Vernon, Bushy Fork. 
YanceyTrille — 0. A. Killer. 

BLADEX. 
Zion Hill — A. J. Freeman, Bladenboro. 

BRUNSWICK. 
Lebanon — J. C. Mizell, Funston. 
Southport— J. O. Fulbright. 

BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. 
Wilkesboro — K. C. Horner. 

BUXCOilBE. 
Asheville — W. Lunsfcnd, J. ]M. Stoner, J. H. Tucker. 
West End Asheville — A. E. Brown, Asheville. 

CALD^^'ELL. 

Clark's Chapel — W. N. Cook, Lenoir, 
Lenoir — Robert P. Walker. 

CAPE FEAR— COLU:\IBUS. 

Fair Bluff— S. B. Wilson. 

Lennon's X Roads — A. H. Porter, Whiteville. 

Whiteville— Chas. C. Smith. 

CAROLINA. 
Hendersonville — (i. S. Jones. 

CATA^A BA RIVER. 
Morganton — ]•:. ;McK. (ioodwin. .T. D. Larkins, E. F. Mumford. 

CENTRAL. 

Bethany— D. I. Massej', Knightsdale, R. 1. 

Franklinton— T. B. Justice, R. B. "White. 

New Hope— R. Judson, Buffaloe, Raleigh, R. 5. M. W. Buffaloe, Ra- 
leigh, R. 5. D. R. Green, Raleigh. 

Raleigh, First— Jacob S. Allen, J. D. Boushall, Thomas H. Briggs, J. 
S. Farmer, Carey J. Hunter, Livingston Johnson, W. N. Jones, J. Y. 
Joyner, Chas. F. :\reserve, Hight C. Moore, Jno. E. Ray, W. C. Tyree, 
R. T. Vann, J. H. Tolar, J. W. Bailey. 



LIHT OF MESSENGERS. 73 

Rolesville— J. R. Broughton, Riley. R. P. Hunt, Youngsville. 
Wake Cross Roads — Diewiy Liles, Raleigh, R. 5. 
Wakefield Central— :\I. C. Chaniblee, A. A. Pippin, T. G. Gupton. 
Wake Forest— W. R. Cullom, E. B. Earn^^liaw, J. Henry Higlismith, 
W. L. Poteat, Chas. E. Brewer. 

CHOWAN. 

Belhaven — Jesse MtCarter. 

Blackwell Memorial, Elizabeth City— M. X. Sawyer, ^Y. L. Godfrey, 
I. N. Loftin, E. F. Aydlett. 

Columbia — W. B. Morton, Charles Bateman. 

Ebenezer — J. B. Eerebee, Elizabeth City. 

Edenton — H. H. Mashburn. 

Elizabeth City, First Church— A. J. Scott, S. H. Reid, J. J. White; W. 
J, Broughton, J. G. Gregory, E. W. Stone. 

Gatesville — A. A. Crater. 

Hertford— A. A. Butler. 

North Rocky Mount — G. L. Munell, Swan Quarter. 

Salem— W. R. Haight, Elizabeth City. 

Sawyer's Creek — H. C. Ferebee, Camden. 

Shiloh— S. F. Bristow, Elizabeth City. 

Sound Side — J. H. Poteat, Columbia. 

EASTERN. 

Beulah Chapel — E. Lee Fox, Clinton. 
Clinton— R. C. Sandling. 
Corinth — Chas. J. Rogers, Rose Hill. 

Delway— M. A. Hatcher, J. M. Alderman, C. 'SI. Beach, W. J. Fryar, 
W. H. Hagwood. 

Mount Olive — C. INI. Rock. 

New Hope — C. E. Daniel, Turkey. 

Rose Hill— J. M. Page. 

Spring Vale — A. F. Robinson, Clinton. 

FLAT RIVER. 

Enon — J. P. Cannady, Oxford. 

Fellowship — L. L. Hudson, Wake Forest. 

Island Creek — R. C. Short, Henderson. 

Mill Creek— T. H. Street. 

Mount Zion— J. G. Blalock, Oxford. 

Oxford— A. B. Dunaway, F. P. Hobgood, J. R. Pace. 

Roxboro — A. R. Foushee. 

FRENCH BROAD. 

Marshall^-M. G. Hudgins, Martin A. Wood. 

GREEN RIVER. 

Rutherfordton — C. B. Justice. 



4 N. C. BAPTIST STATE COyVEXTWN. 

JOHNSTON. 

Benson— D. F, Putnam, W. C. Royal. 

Clayton— T. H. Thornton, 

Kenly — J. W. Nobles, Chas. C. Teague. 

Middlesex — W. C. Jackson. 

Selma — 0. R. Mangum. 

Smithfield— J. M. Beaty, D. P. Bridges, 

Wendell — Lawson Knott. 

IvINGS MOUNTAIN. 
Boiling Springs — Bayhis Cade, Shelby. 
Double Springs — ^D. G. Washburn, Shelby. 
Kings Mountain — J. J. Beach. 

New Bethel — Carme Elam, Lawnsdale. C. W. Payseur, Lawnsdale. 
Shelby— A. C. Irvin. 

LIBERTY. 

Ashboro — J. D. Bowen. 

Lexington — Joseph T. Watts, Henry Sheets, James Smith. 
Orphanage — M. L. Kesler, Thomasville. J. D. Newton, Thomasville. 
Thomasville— A. Johnson, T. S. Crutchfield. 

LITTLE RIVER. 
Baptist Grove — C. H. Norris, Holly Springs. 
Buie's Creek — J. A. Campbell. 
Dunn — Perry Morgan, Tyrus A. Thornton. 
Chalybeate Springs— D. H. Senter, B. G. Early. 

^lACON. 
Franklin— T. C. liing, 

MECIvLENBLTRG— CABARRUS. 

Charlotte, First— J. P. Hackney. 

Charlotte, Pritchard Memorial — E. E. Bomar, L. R. Jordan. 

Charlotte, Ninth Ave.— L. R. Pruett. 

Charlotte, North— S. F. Conrad. 

MONTGOMERY. 

Troy— J. E. M. Davenport. 

AMOUNT ZION. 

Bethel— J. F. MacDuffie, Chapel Hill, R. F. D. 
Chapel Hill— Braxton Craig, J. W. Wildman. 
Durham. First— B. L. Tyree, R. W. Bright, L. G. Cole. 
Durham, Second— W. C. Barrett. 
Durham. East — J. W. Downey. 
Durham, West— 0. W. Triplett. 
Durham, North — J. M. Arnette. 
Graham— S. W. Oldham. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 75- 

NEUSE— ATLANTIC. 

Bayboro — N. P. Stallings. 

Falling Creek— T. P. Hood, Goldsboio, R. 4. 

Fort Barnwell — J. B. Newton. 

Fremont — N. H. Shepherd. 

Goldsboro— Geo. T. Watkins, J. E. Peterson, W. I. Lane. 

Kinston— James M. Parrott, B. W. Spilman, H. W. Battle. 

LaGrange — C. S. Wooten. 

Morehead City— T. B. Davis. 

New Bern— A. D. Ward, W. G. King. 

Seven Springs — W. P. Campbell. 

Winterville — T. H. King. 

PEE DEE. 
Gum Springs — J. P. Harris, Lilesville. 
Hamlet — A. J. Hunt. 
Laurinburg — Jas. R. Williams. 
Mill Vernon — J. W. Cobb, Jr., Rockingham. 

Spring Hill— Duncan McNeill, Maxton, R. 4. T. G. Wood, Maxton, 
R. 4. 

Wadesboro— T. W. Chambliss. 

PIEDMONT. 
Greensboro, First— J. L. White, W. H. Eller, William Rightsell. 
Greensboro, Forest Ave. — Charles E. Maddrey, W. E. Harrison. 
Greensboro, Asheboro St. — ^W. F. Staley. 
High Point, First— W. L. Kivett, Clarence A. Smith. 
High Point, Green St.— John R. Miller. 
• Reidsville— 'William Hedley. 

PILOT MOUNTAIN. 
Leaksville — J. A. Beam. 
Spray — S. J. Beeker. 

Stoneville — Andrew L. Betts, Winston- Salem. 
Winston-Salem, First— H. A. Brown, D. S. Reid. 
Winston-Salem, Broad Street — G. T. Lumpkin. 

RALEIGH. 
Cary— W. R. Beach, J. M. Hilliard, E. L. Middleton, J. C. W^alker. 
Evangel — P. G. Elsom, Raleigh. 
Fuquay Springs — ^E. J. Ragsdale. 

Raleigh, Tabernacle — Adiel J. Moncrief, N. B. Broughton, J. M. 
Broughton, W. A. Cooper, W. C. Richardson. 

Raleigh, Fayetteville St.— W. O. Allen, Jno. T. Pullen. 
Wakefield— W. S. Broughton, Zebulon. R. J. Whitley, Zebulon. 

ROANOKE. 
Elm City— J. M. Bennett. 
Elm Grove— J. E. Hocutt, Nashville. 



76 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEXTIOy. 

Conoconary — W. E. Barkley, Enfield. 

Greenville— Z. T. Bioughton. 

Halifax — D. E. Vipperman. 

Plymouth— E. C. Andrews. 

Rocky Mount, First— S. X. Edwards, I. M. Mercer, E. W. Shearin, D. 
E. Modlin, T. M. Arrington. . 

Rocky Mount, North— W. G. Hall. 

Scotland Neck — Noah Biggs, R. A. McF'arland. 

Sharpsburg— 'E. B. Walts. 

Speed— A. I. Caudle. 

Tarboro— G. P. Harrill. 

Weldon— H. A. Willis. 

Williamston — George J. Dowell. 

Wilson— John Thos. Jenkins, Geo. Tatum, K. H. Watson, W. :\I. :Mos3, 
B. F. Biggs, D. L. Boykin. 

Whitakers — J. L. Rogers. 

ROBE SOX. 

Lumber Bridge— E. .J. Harrell, L. :\1. :\Iarley, D. Z. McGougan, D. B. 
Lancaster, J. W. Cobb. 

Lumberton — C. H. Durham. 

Red Springs — R. F. DeVane, S. L. Morgan. 

Rozier— :\I. .J. Barker, Rennert, R. 1. 

Saddletree — M. S. Humphrey, Rennert, J. W. [McPhail, Lumberton. 

Spring Hill — R. A. Hedgpeth, Barnsville. 

SAXDY CREEK. 
Bethlehem — W. H. H. Lawhon, Carthage. 
Carthage — C. L. Dowell. 
i'lttsboro — R. B. Lineberry. 
Siler City— R. H. Herring. 

SAXDY RUX. 
Forest City— J. Q. Adams. 

SOUTH FORK. 

Gastonia— W. H. Reddish. 

Hickory— W. R. Bradshaw, .J. D. Elliott, B. F. Whiteside, J. D. Harte. 

Lincolnton — S. W. Bennett. 

Kids Chapel — ^^V. A. Graham, Machpelah. 

SOUTH RIVER. 
Fayetteville — T. .T. Hall, W. B. Loving, W. A. Humphrey. 
Salemburg — W. .J. .Tones, S. A. Howard, A. T. Howard. 

SOUTH YADKIX. 
Advance — W. R. Davis. 
Farmington— J, T. Eaton, Cana. 
Mocksville— C. S. Cash well, J. P. Green. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 77 

Rockwell — John A. Suniiiiey. 
Salisbury — Clias. B. Jordan. 
Spencer — J. M. Dunaway. 
Statesville, First — L. K. Lazenby. 
Statesville, Western Ave. — J. F. Mitchiner. 

TAR RIVER. 
Browns — J. W. Smithwick, Manson. 
Castalia— G. W. May. 

Cedar Rock — J. W. Sledge, Louisburg, R. 4. 

Henderson— J. D. Hufham, J. R. Doan, J. C. Kittrell, Thos. M. Pitt- 
man, J. T. Alderman. 
Littleton — J. P. Bowers. 
Louisburg — L. W. Swope, Ivey Allen. 
Middleburg — B.. L. Bennett. 
Sharon — A. V. Joyner, Wise. 
Warrenton— T. J. Taylor, John H. Kerr. 

UNION. 
Meadow Branch — J. L. Bennett, Wingate. 
WEST CHOWAN. 

Ahoskie — M. A. Adams, J. W. Greene. 
Aulander— A. W. Early, R. L. Gay. 
Bethlehem— R. P. Thomas, Cofield. 
Cashie — R. D. Stephenson, Windsor. 

Chowan— A. C. Sherwood, Winton. W. P. Taylor, Winton. 
Connaritsa — W. G. Burden, Aulander. 

Hebron— Julian P. Griffin, Woodland. Peter M. Futrell, Woodland. 
Holly Grove — 0. E. Edwards, Windsor. 

Jackson — R. W. Fleetwood, P. J. Long, Edwin Wright. Archibald 
Cree, Embro. 

Meherrin— W. B. Waff, Conway. 

Manola — E. C. Parker, Woodland. 

Mount Tabor — A. T. Howell, Murfreesboro. 

Murfreesboro — John C. Scarborough, C. W. Scarborough. 

Republican — T. T. Speight, Windsor. 

Woodland— Chas. H. Griffin. 

WILMINGTON. 

Burgaw — Chas. H. Utley. 

Wilmington— Fred. D. Hale, G. A. Martin, 809 S. 7th st., J. A. Smith. 

Wilmington, Brooklyn Ch.— C. F. Whitlock. 

SUMMARY. 

Associations represented 39 

Churches represented 189 

Number of messengers enrolled 302 



PASTOR'S CONFERENCE. 



On Tuesday evening, December 8, at 7:30, the Conference convened 
in its second annual session in the First Baptist Church of Wilson. 

Devotional exercises were conducted by Henry Sheets. Sermon by 
J. D. Hufham; text, 1 Timothy 3:14. 15. 

In the absence of former Moderator C. A. Jenkins, W. R. Cullom was 
elected to that position, and J. S. Farmer, Secretary. 

First subject: "The Pastor's Relation to the Training of His 
Church." 

( 1 ) "For Service" — M. A. Adams. 

(2) "In Doctrine"" — Fred D. Hale. 

Wednesday Morning. 

Devotional exercises by C. M. Rock. 

"The Pastor's Relation to the Prayer-meeting" — J. Paul Bowers. 
Second subject: "The Pastor's Relation to His Congregation." 
. (1) "To the Children"— C. S. Blackwell. 

(2) "To the Young People"— I. N. Loftin. 

(3) "To the Home Life of His People"— C. W. Scarborough. 

(4) "To the Outside Community" — T. B. Justice. 
Third subject: "The Pastor's Relation to Soul-winning." 

( 1 ) "The Pastor as an Evangelist in His Own Congregation" — A. J. 
Moncrief. 

(2) ""Winning Souls Through His Members"- G. T. Watkins. 

(3) "Placing and Training of Young Converts'' — J. R. Doan. 

Wednesday Afternoon. 

Devotional exercises led by H. A. Willis. 
'Fourth subject: "The Pastor's Correspondence Course." 
{ 1 ) "The Work and Methods"— W. R. Cullom. 

(2) "The Necessity of a Fraternity of Study Among Baptist Minis- 
ters and Workers" — C. L. Dowell, J. S. Farmer and J. H. Tucker. 

W. R. CULLOM, 
J. S. FARMER, Secretanj. Moderator. 



APPENDIX. 



STATISTICS AND OTHER DATA 



Compiled by E. L. Middletox, 
statistical secretary of the convention. 



DIRECTORY OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 
Organized May 8, 1845. 



Officers for Session of 1908. — President, Joshua Levering, Baltimore, 
Md. ; Secretaries, Lansing Burrows, Nashville, Tenn., and 0. F. Gregory, 
Staunton, Va. 

Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Va. — President, J. B. Hutson; 
Corresponding Secretary, R. J. Willingham. 

Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga. — President, W. W. Landrum; Cor- 
responding Secretary, 13. D. Gray. 

Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn. — President, E. E. Folk; Cor- 
responding Secretary, J. M. Frost. 

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. — President, 
E. Y. Mullins; Treasurer Student's Aid Fund, B. Pressly Smith. 

Woman's Missiona/ry Union (organized May 14, 1888), auxiliary to 
the Convention. Headquarters at Baltimore. Miss Edith Crane, Cor- 
responding Secretary. 

The next meeting of the Convention will be held in Louisville, Ky., 
beginning May 13, 1909. 



80 



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ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



Names of churches having preaching every Suuday are printed in CAnxALS ; those having preaching 
two Sundays each month are printed in italics. Churches organized within the past year are marked with 
a H. The total contributions of the entire church (including Sunday School, Woman's Missionary Society, 
Sunbeams, etc.) are meant to be included for the various objects indicated. For the figures herewith sub- 
mitted the Statistical Secretary is chiefly and gratefully indebted to the Clerks of the respective Associa- 
tions. 



ALEXANDER. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


CO 

i 

"E 


Cliurch 

Membership 
Sun.School~ 

Enrollment 

State 
Missions 


C 



<D so 


CO 

a 
C.2 



bJO 

a 
n 

h 
a. 




a 

So 
to a 

¥ 


1 

< 


JO 


3 





J. M. Shaver 


9 


307 i 75 
21-li 44 

185'.-. 


1 


$26. 80 


fl6.00 








842. 80 


Bethel 


1 


21.46 
6.10 

10.00 
6.13 
5.70 
8.00 
1.55 

42. 45 
4.50 
8.60 










21.46 




J. M. Shaver 


19 
4 














6.10 




T. A. Caudle 


127 74 






3 88 








13.88 
















6.13 


Bland Street 


L. R Norket 


5 
6 


20 20 

2021 88 

96 .. 














5 70 




J. P. Gwalthey 






5.00 








13.00 






1.55 




G. Z. Bum garner 

L. P. Qwaltney 

T. E. Redman 

G. Z. Bumgarner 

\V. J. Bumgarner 

G. Z. Bumgarner 

J.N. Binkley 

J. N. Binkley 


"io 

5 

""8 
10 


129; 65 
69 110 
182' 




i.oo 








43.45 












4.50 


Linney's Grove 













8 60 


108' - ■ - - 


S.OO 

10.40 

5.83 

5.98 

2.00 

6.31 

6.60 

2.42 

26.35 

7.45 

21.06 

33.26 

4.45 

10.04 

10.60 










8.00 


Macedonia 


206: 85 
151 1 75 

71 132 

43! 

144| 119 

41 75 
150 56 
178 35 
113 49 

75 40 
216 128 




.85 




-~— 





11.25 






5.83 




j 


8.00 








8.98 




82.00, 








4.00 


Pilgrim 


J. P. Gwallney 

T.E.Redman 


9 










6.31 




1 










6.60 


Poplar Spring 

Sulphur Spring 

Taylor's Spring 

Taylorsville 

Three Forks 


W. E. Linney 

D W.Pool 


16 
9 


1 










2 42 


6.00 


18.38 








45.73 


J. W. Bryant 




i2.85 




10.30 


L. P. Gwaltney 

J. P. Gwaltney 

W. J. Bumgarner 


1 

21 

i 


8.00 


10.00 




89.06 








33.26 


Pleasant Hill 


138' 












4.45 








16735 








10.04 


Collections at As 










20.90 


















Totals 


136 


31451270! 16.00 _ 


302.04 


68.41 




2.85 




384. 30 




1 















ALLEGHANY 


-GRAYSON-1907. 












Brush Creek 


E. Blevins 


5' 114 




1 


1 












E. Blevins 




17 
59 


33 
63 














Laurel Springs 

Galena 


J. F. Fletcher 


8 


36.82 5.60 


o.OOi 
L 


8.20 








55.02 










Liberty 


J. F. Fletcher 

J. F. Fletcher 


9 


60 
52 
42 
34 
24 





25.00 3.35 
. 2.05 


5.501 
2. .50!. 


5.00 








38.85 








4.55 


Pine Fork 


E. Blevins. 




56 


1 












Pleasant Grove 


E. Blevins 


2 
2 


2.40; 


j 








2.40 




J. F. Fletcher 


5.00 


1 








5.00 














Total 


26 


402 


152 


69.22 10.40 


13.00: 


13.20 


! 




105.82 



82 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



ASHE. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


i 


Church 

Membership 
Sun. School 

Knrollment 


a: 

C 
"7. 

o * 

si 


00 

1 


G 
be CO 

Is 


b£ 

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a, 

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5C 


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O 


Apple Grove 

Baptist Home 

Beaver Creek 

Berlin •! 

Bethel 

Big Flatts .- 

Big Laurel 

Bristol 

Buffalo 

Brushy Fork 

Clifton 

Corinth 

Forest House 

Friendship 

Healing Springs ... 


J R Hart 




89-. - 
















W H Michael 




59 45 

571 41 
39-— 
86 57 
30 59 
63 54 


58.00 
7.50 
12. 20 


"§5750 


"l2r59 


8.3.00 
4.75 








§ii.6o 




3 

4 








15.34 


Elihu Tucker 

J T Glenn 








12.20 


10.00 
2.50 

10 00 
1.50 
4.46 




2.50 








15.00 


B F Wilcox 












2.50 


J T Glenn 






3.00 
3.00 
1.89 








16.00 


T J Dav 














4.50 


P H Haire 


1 76 63 
24 .. - 











6.35 


W H Michael 












P H. Haire 


13 52 70 
4| 78 55 
3 24' 67 
2 84! 71 
6 94' 78 


7.77 




L65 

.25 

3.00 


2.39 
.50 
3.00 
1.40 
2.50 
3.55 








11.81 


G. J. Henderson 

R. L Shoaf 










7.50 
3.00 










13.50 


W. F. Barker 

W.F. Barker 

Elihu Tucker 








4.40 


10.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 










12.50 




31 — . 
138 43 










8.55 




G.J. Henderson 

Elihu Tucker 


?2 










10.00 


Liberty Hill 


7 


18 

26 






1 






10.00 






1 














23 - . 








j 


1 




Mission Home 


J. T. Glenn 

T.J Dav 


1 
1 


84 105 
23 - 


10.00 


.48 


L93 


1.32 




i 


13.73 










G. J. Henderson 

W.F.Carlton 

William Lee 


99 — . 






1 






Obids 


73 135 
84 132 
41 85 
18 46 


2.85 
4 .50 




i.oo, 

1. 55! 


$1.00 

1.55 


4.20 


Old Fields 








7.60 


Peak Valley 


W. H. Michael 


1 


rso 

1.00 
1.00 





L55 


Pleasant Home 

Windfall 


G.J. Henderson 

W F Barker 


— 










1.00 


30 
9 51 










LOO 


Zion Hill 


T J Day 


























1 






Total 


99 1682 12(30 


123. 78 


.98 


9.42 


38.60 


2.55 


283.73 



















BEULAH. 



Beulah 


i 


44 -... 
25 64 
78 26 

212 62 
97 ..- 
30 33 
19 
22 15 

110 78 
14 47 
62; 31 
17! 51 
43: 26 

lOr 45 


10.00 
10.00 
33.35 
65.00 
22. 00 
10.00 
7.00 


2.00 
5.00 
10.00 
30.00 
5.00 
6.25 
3.00 


2.(10 
8.00 
10.00 
50.00 
5.00 
8.75 
7.00 


1.00 

i7."oo 

20.83 
5.33 
2.50 
3.00 


LOO 
4.00 
5.00 
25.00 
3.00 
2.50 
2.00 


1.00 
2.50 
5.00 
15.00 
4.00 
3.00 
2.50 


I'loo 


17.00 


Blanch 


B. V. Ferguson 


1 

30 

8 

5 


29.50 


Clement 


49.00 


Ephesus 

Kerr's Chapel 

Lambeth's Mem- 
Lea Bethel 


C. P. Ryland - 


205.83 


O.A.Iveller 

R.E.Powell, supply 


44.33 
33.00 
24.00 


Milton 








Providence 

Semora 

Shiloh 


O.A.Keller 

J.F.Faulkner 


5 
3 
41 


21. .50 
■ 10.00 
15.00 
4.00 
12.00 
23.30 


5.00 
5.60 
5.00 

'iroo 

14.03 


5.00 
11.05 
5.00 
2.00 
6.00 
17.00 


2.00 
32.75 
2.70 


2.00 
2.75! 
2.53 


4.00 
2.00 
2.00 




39.50 
54.15 
32.23 


Thompsonville 

Trinity 


O A Keller 


6.00 


A Keller | 


1.50 
18.45 


1.46. 
7.OO1 






22.96 


Yancey ville 


O.A.Keller 


3 


9.00 




88.78 


Total „ 


96 


966 477 


213.15 


92.88 


136. 80 


106. 06 


58. 24 

i 


50.00 


2.00 


646. 28 









BLADEN 





R L Byrd 


1 


/!« 


,11 


8.49 


1.61 


6.21 
.50 
3.00 
2.00 
1.00 










16.31 

.75 

15.00 

7.'iX) 




A. J. Freeman 

R. L. Byrd 


I2I 58 

3 100 30 


. 25 

3. 00 3. 00 

.50 1.00 
2.00; 2.00 










Bethel 


2.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.00 
1.00 


2.00 
2.27 
1.00 





Brier Branch 


A. D. Carter 




61 
79 
84 
86 
17 

229 
43 

182 
60 
68 


90 

57 
44 

'in 
74 
54 

80 


Beard's Chapel 


R. M. Hilburn 


4 


Cypress Creek 

Elizabethtown 


D. L. Johnson 

P Meeks 


7 


3.66 3.06 

1.93 1.50 

72.55 61.25 

5. 98 1 (iT 


2.50 


2.00 


2.00 


4.00 




16.50 
3.43 
306.68 
10.33 
38.37 
20.00 


Galeed 


I. P. Hedgpeth 

0. P Meeks 


16 

14 

21 

4 


94.50 
2.01 

""e.'oo 


20.00 

.67 

4.50 

3.00 


32.66 


18.00 


8.38 






18.82 
5.00 


15.ft5 
1.00 








Love's Grove 


R.L. Dyrd 


3.00 


2.00 




Mount Pleasant... 


























J. 



A»S'&0C7A TIOXAL HTA TI8TIC8. 



S3 



BLADEN— Continued. 



Churches. 



Paradise 

feter's Creek 

Providence 

Shady Grove 

Sugg's Grove 

Sandy Grove 

St. Joseph 

Thump Swamp. 

White Lake 

White Oak 

Zion Hill 

Baptist Centre H. 

Total 



Pastors. 



O 32 



2^ 



X 



"■a 

-a 






R. M.Hilburn. 
D. L. Johnson . 
D.L.Johnson . 



70 52 

-I- 



52.30 



121 57 
63 — . 
96 48 
13 ..„ 



3.00 



10.00 



81.54 

io.'oo 

"9Ai 



1.17 



84.00 
"5.'l7 



82.00 



2.00 
2.00 



J. H. Dobson 
"R.'L7B"yrd"r.I 



122 

258 
82 
lb 



1956 1021 



22.00 
5.00 



1.25 
"6^36 



169.07 



119. .37 



148.75 



9.00 
20.00 
2.14 



5.00 
1.43 



74.48 



42.00 



48.8- 



S8.38 







BRIER CREEK. 
















N.T.Jarvis 




99' 46 

45 52 

85-. 




1 










Brier Creek.. .. . 


N. T.Jarvis 


5 
9 
3 
4 




8.66 











8.66 


Bethel 


S.F. Simmons 

J. P. GwaUney 

W.T. Comer 

W.H.Myers 

W.S.Edwards 

J . G. Weatherman .. 
J. G. Weatherman „ 

J.N. Brinkley 

J. G. Weatherman ._ 
J. G. Weatherman _. 
I. Holler 














Bethany 


127 ..1 


7.43 
5.00 
4 00 
2.00 
1.50 
6.75 










7.43 


Cranberry 


94' 64 












5.00 


Denny ville 


• 5 66' 70 












4.00 


Fishing Creek. 


3 

"io 


136'. 












2.00 


Fall Creek 


172- 1 










1.50 


Grassy Knob 

Holly Spring 

Hunting Creek 

Hebron 


189' 99 




1.00 








7.75 


1' 75'...- 
4 186' 109 





5.50 2.60 
3.25 .50 
6. 00 4. ,59 








9.10 








3.75 


29 


113-. 










10. 59 


Lewis - . - 


441 41 
90 76 
















Mount Plsgah 

Mount Sinai 


S. S. Goforth 






4.00 
1.80 
20.00 
2.00 
S.21 










4.00 


W.T. Comer 


1 
5 


671 1 1- 










1.80 




D.W. Pool 

T.E.Redman 

W.A.Myers 


91 92 


1 


4.50 
2.00 








24. .50 


New Hope 

New Prospect 

Pleasant Grove 


-.- 1 125.... 
2: 168! 85 


! 








4.00 








8.21 


N.T. Jarvis 


6 


133' 




3.55 










3.55 


Oak Forest 






23I 
















Rocky Hill 

Rock Spring 






59' :: 


1 


.40 
4.00 
2.66 
3.11 
19.46 


.50 








.90 


T. A. Caudle . 




67 66 
270 












4.00 


W.T. Comer 


18 














2.66 


Sweet Home 


T. E. Redman 

D. W. Pool 


15 

8 
2 

13 


120 122 

241' 108 














3.11 


Shady Grove. 














19.46 




T. E. Redman 

N.T. Jarvis 


-...1 57 
187 
















Union 






32.13 
13.05 


8.17 
6.00 








40.30 


Zion 




2 


194 70 

- 88 












19.05 


Meadow View 
















Trinity „ 






73' 






















1 
















Total 


165 


3307 1318 






275.56 


29.86 


1 




306. 32 












1 







BRUNSWICK. 



Antioch 

Bethel 

Beulah 

Camp Branch 

Chapel Hill 

Cool Run 

Elah 

Farmer's Chapel. 
Jennie's Branch- 
Lebanon 

Little Zoar 

Long Branch 



J.C.Mizell 

J.O.Fulbright 
D.L. Hewitt... 



C. B. Bullock 

A. W. Clemmons- 

G. T. Hickman 

H S.Robinson — 

J.C.Mizell 

A. W. Clemmons. 
E.S.Swain 



10 



6.17, 
7.63 
7.70 



1.30 

.50 



1.00 

10.00 

1.00 

3.05 



5.47 
1.75 
7.05 



1.00 
.50 



.50 
4.00 
1.00 
3.29 



5. 82 
4.02 
6.85 



1.00 
5.00 



.50 

1.5.00 

1.00 

3.00 



5.58 5.00 

6.00 

6. 85 6. 85 



1.00 
.50 



1.50 
7 

1.00 
3.00 



1.00 



5.00 
1.00 



1.00 
.50 



3.35 
1.00 



3.00. 



2.30 
"'25 



84 



N. C. BAPTIST ESTATE COXVEXTION. 



BRUNSWICK— Continued. 



Churches 


Pastors 




Chureh 

Membership 
Sun. School 

Enrollment 


an 

a 



02 


C 

c 


Foreign 
Missions 


Orphanage 


a 


•els 
<3 


O 03 

o a 
ao 

gi 

OQ 




Mill Creek 


„!____ 


72 lis 












1 i 


Mount Pisgah 


D. S. Hewett 

J. A. Mintz 


3 

8 


129 
148 
130 
81 


38 
28 
50 


S3. 00 


S5.00 


$5.00 


$3.00 $2.00 


$2.00 


i $20.00' 

t 














1 




A. W. Clemmons 


9 


i.oo 


1.00 


2.00 


i. 15 

1. 14 

2. 15 

1. 25 


"'3.'26 
1.35 


I_.III 


5.15 


Poly Bridge 

Prospect 


122! 88 


4,34 


J. A. Mintz 


6' r>-2' 22 


1.70 
1.25 


1.90 
1.50 


1.00 


8.40 


J. A. Mintz . — 




29: 50 
53, 77 
89 61 
110[ 30 
93i 80 
49 . 
55 36 


4.0O 










Shallotte 


G.T. Hickman 


3 


.75 


.75 


.75 


1.25 


.75 




4.25 




J.C.Fulbright 

J.C.Mizell 


2 


59.77 

5.88 


27.37 
2.50 


26.77 
2.00 


25. 40 

11.50- 1.50 


2.25 

1. 02 


141.66- 




25.00 






















Total - 


80 1877 13.^=i 


111.70 


64.58 


79.71 


80.01 2\.35 


17.02 ff5.55 


381.24 























BRUSHY MOUNTAIN— 1907. 



Beaver Creek 

Cub Creek 

Edgewood 

Harmony 

Lewis' Fork 

Little Rock 

Moravian Falls 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Pleasant Bra'ch 

Mt. Zion... 

New Hope Branch. 
JVorth IVilkesboro .. 

Pilgrim 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Home 

Shady (irove 

Stony Hill 

Walnut Grove 

U'ilkesboro 

Zion Hill 

Oak Grove 

Yadkin Valley 



Total. 



55...-. 

67 ....I. 
105 70 

45 30 
153 58' 

63 38 

48 50 

41 65 
2.56 85 

30. 92 



107 
118 
8' 57 
_| 25 
,. 223 
9! 84 



124 
359' 

78 

70. 
140! 

40,. 

60 

44 

60 



5.00, 5.00 
5.00 5.00 

6.00 

1.00 

2..-)0 

2.00 1.00 
2. OOI 1. 00 
1.00 1,00 
3.00: 2.00 

83.651 50.42 

i.oo; 1.00 



3.00 1.00 



122: 55 

33 41 
58' 40. 



1.00 1.00 
5.00 2.00 

65.00 15.00 

12.001 2.00 
10.0©:... 



10.00, 
7.80 
4.00 



1.00 
5.001 
2.00; 
2.22' 
1.00 
3.67 
84.16 
1.00 



2.00 



8.00, 
10.00 

5.27. 

2.00. 

2.00. 

5.00. 

2.50. 

5.00. 

1.00. 

3.00. 
96.91. 

■J.OO. 

2.<K). 

6.00. 



2.00 



1.50 
5.00 

87.00 
10.00 



1.00. 
8.00. 

115. oo; 

12. 00 
5.59, 
1.00. 



1.00 
1.00 



2.00 



1.50 
1.00 
1.15. 
1.00. 

2.001. 

i 

LOO, 



.50 



5.00 



1.00 1.00 



5.00 
LOO 



208 2196 1839i 202.15 92.42 227.35 293,27 

1 II ' 



5.00 
3.00 



8.00 18,65 



3.00 
1.00, 



12.50 



BUNCOMBE. 



Autioch I 

AsHEviLLE, First, 
West End.. 

Beaver Dam 

Bent Creek 

Berea 

Bethel 

Big Ivey 

Biltmore 

Black Mountain 
Brown's Chapel. 

Cane Creek 

Elk Mountain 

Flat Creek 

Gash's Creek 

Hominy 

Jupiter 

Liberty . 

Macedonia 



W. T. Bradley ... 
W. M.Lunsford . 
G.G.O'Neil 



5 1.54' 
170 1109 

1 274' 

38 

.— 41 



2.5.00 20.00, 
600. 00 650. 00 
80.00 75.00 
20.00 20.00 



E. Alli.son 

J. H. McCurry 

^V. T.Bradley 

E.Allison 

Jas.Blankenship. 



J.W.Briggs 

M.S.Proffltt 

W. W. Marr 

E. Alli.son 

C.E..Iervis 

W. W. Marr 

S. C.Owen 

W.T.McFalls. 



7| 821 35] 

3; 74| 64-; 

6, 161 80, 

8! 109 120 

51 89 54. 



2.00 
16.00: 

3.30 
15. 00 



2. ,50 
16.00 

.5.00 
15.00 



lO: 206: 207 



10 44 93 
1 108l 70 

2i 571 66 

„- 147 65 

6, 67 0.5 
76 48 

V 97 50 



40.00 22.00 

! 1.50 

I 1.00 

5.5. <H3 26.00 

5.00 1.00 



12.00 
10.00 
7.00 

5.oo; 

5.00 
3.00 



7.00 
6.00 
7.00 
5.00 
3.00 
6.00 



25. 00 
500.00 
5.5.00 
30.00 

3.00 
20. 00 
25. 00 
2.').00; 
25.00 

2.50' 



45. 00 
1.(10' 
7. .50 
6.00, 

40.0(1 

2.oo; 
2.oo; 

3.00 



20. 

500. 

75. 

1.5. 

2 

lo! 

10. 
10. 
25. 

5. 

1. 
1.5. 

1. 

6. 

5. 
10. 

3. 

5. 



00! 




2.50 


(X) 

00 




25. 00 c 
5.001 


00 




8.00 


50. 






00 

00 

00 




2.00 
l.OOi 
2.50 


00 




5.00i 


00 




1.00 


.50l 






(to 

00 




2.50; 
1.00 


00 

00 


— 


3.00: 
2.00 


oo 




2.00 


00 . 




2.00 


oo' 




1.00 


50 




LOO 



A880CIA TIOXAL ST A TISTICS. 



85 



BUNCOMBE— Continued 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


05 

s 

W 

a 

cS 


s 

£ 


c ^ 


a 




c 



X 


C 

C.2 

is 
fa 


01 
05 

a 

a 

o 


3-1 






3 


Morgan Hill... 


W.T.Bradley - 

C.A. Miller 


9 


133 

86 
81 
58 
26 

58 


75 
•29 
77 
44 

34 

28 
T-'S 


$11.00] S6.00 

5.0(1. 5.00 

7.50 10.00 

3.00 

1.00 1.00 

1.001 1.00 
3. 00 5. 00 


SIO. 00 
, 1.50 
10.00 
2.00 
2. .50 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 
5.00 


sio.oo 

5.00 






S2.00 
2.50 
2.00 


S39.00 
18 50 




E. Allison 


15 


2.00 






31.50 










5.00 


Palestine. 










1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


5.50 


Pleasant Grove 




3 


1.50 




5.50 


Pleasant Hill 


W . L. Kuy kendall .. 

'KAlTison"" '.'"."..'. 
G.O.Wall 


10 106 


8.00 
1.00 
12.00 
1.50 
5.00 




19.00 




22 .... 

„-. 41 131 
11 51 67 


1.00 
5.00 
2.00 
5.00 
1.00 
. 5.00 


2.00 
6.00 
2.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 






7.00 


S. Black Mountain. 
Spring Mountain.. 




— 


30.00 
8.50 




45 38 
53 91 

82 63 






18.00 


A'ernon Hill 






12.50 


— 




29.50 


White Rock 


. 




10.00 


Avery's Creek 


S. C. Owen 




















1 












Total 


2813775 3277 


950.80 


950.001,860.00 


786.00 






81.50 


4,629.30 

















CALDWELL. 





J.C.Miller 




87 
96 
49 
71 

183 
67 
69 
98 
70 
15 
37 

266 

217 
46 

225 
82 
83 

107 
59 
38 

123 

161 
68 
79 
28 
38 
48 

147 
66 
32 

130 

2920 


46 
78 
SO 
44 

100 
46 
54 
76 
93 
25 
34 

198 

122 
47 

133 
56 
79 
64 
23 
48 
56 
53 
52 


2.75. 






2.75 
3.38 
2.37 
2.25 
3.98 
1.42 
15.34 






5.50 


Blair's Fork 


J. P. Hagaman 

J. P. Hagaman 

W.N.Cook. 


31 

"ii 

6 
2 

4 
2 




5.00 
2.07 






8.38 


•ClarKe's Chapel 

Conway's Chapel .. 

Dudley Shoals 

Fleming's Chapel— 
■Globe 


1.00. 
3.00 
5.00 
[ 








5.44 










5.25 


W.J. Bumgarner 

I. W.Thomas 

J. J. L. Sherwood 

J. J. L. Sherwood 

E. D. Crisp 


"L90 


8.14 
2.12 
100.00 
14.52 
5.00 
.36 








17.12 


8 1.67 


S 0.53 


so.as 


8.49 
115.34 


Granite Falls 


14.97 
2.00 
1.35 


10.00 
'ir22 


17.37 








41.89 


Oreen Valley 

Hart land . 








7.00 


I. W.Thomas 










2.93 




J. M. Harris. 




2.00 

20.26 

80.99 

2.55 

4.52 

2.50 

2.50 

.50 


"2735 
25.45 


.25 
3.23 
6.06 
1.10 




2.25 


-King's Creek 

Lenoir 

Lovelady 


I. W.Thomas 

R.P. Walker 

G.C. Ivory . 


4 
14 
5 


8.06 
65.48 

""i3."90 

1 
3.00 
6.50 


2.27 

16.75 

.75 

5.80 
10.00 

2.50 


15.00 

105. 40 

.60 

13.30 

1.00 

2. 50 

3.50 


52.15 

354. 13 

5.00 


J. M. Shaver 


37.02 


Mountain Grove.— 
Mount Zion. 


J. A. Rector 

W. N. Cook 


9 

10 

14 

1 






— - 


13. 15 
10.50 




I.C.Miller-. 








10.50 


Pisgah 

Poovey's Grove 

Sard is 


L.C.King 








W. W. Conway. — . 


2.'ii 

5.00 


LOO 


1.50 
2.00 
5.00 










2.50 


J. M. Harris 


6 
14 










4.11 


Union .. . 


J. M. Shaver 


5.25 


5.00 






20.25 


Union Grove 


L.C.King 

Ed. Greene 








Wilson's Creek 






1.00 
3.00 
1.50 
2.00 
5.28 








1.0(1 




M.S.Spencer 

E.D.Crisp.- 


1 
3 
5 
39 
26 
7 
8 

"222 


"Ti 

40 
98 
80 
30 

72 


"'"loo 


.50 


""'i."o5 








3.50 


Yadkin 








3.50 


Nelson's Chapel 

Rocky Springs 

Rhodhiss 


D. S. Lee 








2.00 


W. N. Cook 


1 










5.28 


G.C. Ivory 














Oreen Rock 


I.e. Miller 


. 

1.00 
5.10 




1.00 
5.00 


i.oo 

6,30 








3.00 
16. 40. 


Buffalo Cove 


I.C.Miller „ 


















Total 


1978 


250.53 


52.69 


294.01 


241.22 


34.47 11.17 


. 83 773. 83 

















CAPE 


FE.\R-COLUM 


BUS. 














Benevolence 






16,1 
















Bogue Chapel 

Boardman 


A. H. Porter 


2 
17 
15 


154' 76 

139 93 
IO2L... 

32 .... 
1411 153 

69 63 
216 78 
181 80 

74' 74 


13.05 
18.95 

7."48 
10.34 
2.23 
2.00 
31.42 


4.45 

5.00 
.70 

"9745 
4.14 
2.50 
17.81 


15.00 

39.77- 

1.00;. 

.88;- 

108. 43| 

6.431 

6.00 

102. 15 _ 

21.1^ 


S.5(» 


6.75 






47.7? 


M. A Stephens 

G. W. Harrelson 






63. 7i 


China Grove 










1.7(; 

8.3t 


Clarkton 










Chad bourn 

Cheerful Hope 

Cherrv Grove 


F. T. Wootea 

W. R. Caius 


27 
2 
5 

1 


22.44 
2.75 
2.75 


5.36 
3.00 


2.90 
3.00 





158.91 
19. .5?, 


C. Stanley 




13. 2f 


<Jross Roads 


F. T. Wooten 

C. Stanley 




8.15 

L50 


1.59.5* 


Corinth 


4.27 


.^ 


26.9; 



80 



y. C. BAPTIST STATE COyVEXTIOX 



CAPE FEAR-COLUMBUS— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


£ 
1 


a 
5 

i: S 
o 


c 

u 

3 


State 
Missions 


c 
o 

a 


S 
O 

£§ 

o 

fa 


c 
u 
ce 
C 

a 
o 


„ c 


'3 
■OS 

< 


o2 
.§5 

C M 

s 


3 

c 




C Stanley 


46 


147 62 

113 

160 .... 
68 60 
116 82 


1 


19.26 
.88 

11.75 
1.50 
6.05 
1..50 
2 83 
7.60 
2.00 
1.65 
9.97 

10.00 


S4.35 








513.61 






S4.68 
10.00 


S11.50 








5.56- 


Griffins X Roads .. 


M. A. Stephens 

C Stanley 


14 
2 


11.65 
1.75 

. 7.05 
1.50 
1.71 
8.56 
2.06 
2.20 
4.95 
5.00 




i.3.oo! 


47.90 
3.25 




J. C Mlzell 


8.33 

""6.".36 
8.30 
2.00 


4.14 
1.50 
3.00 
2.00 
2.00 


S3. 82 

"s'.lb 


2. 55 $16. -50 


48.44 


Mt. Sinai 


J. W. Todd 


2 


137 
94 
139 
220 
160 


53 

55 
155 

73 

46 
102 

35 


1.50 
3.15 
3.14 


"s'B5 


6.oa 


Mt. Zion 


F. T. Wooten 


17.05 


Macedonia 

Mt Tabor 


M. A. Stephens 

G. F Stanley 


23 


36.45 
8.06 




G. W. Harrelson 

A. H. Porter 

S. B. Wilson. 


9 


4.75 
2.10 
3.05 






8.6& 


Pleasant Plains 

Spring Brancli 

Pleasant Hill 


25! 152 
5) 193 
6| 39 
2' 1.3.3 


3.20 

10.00 

.70 


1.40 

10.00 

1.20 


"i.lo 




21.62 
39.45 


G. W.Stanley 

G. W. Stanley 

F. T. Wooten 


1.90 


Palmyra 

Piney Forest 

Porter Swamp 




9.80 

4.20 
12.95 

5.00 
14 31 

2.08 
69.39 
10.49 
10.30 


"i'sb 


.60l- 


10.40 




89 


"83 
38 
48 

"118 
69 
91 
79 
39 


4.55 
23.25 
15. 72 

2.00 

2.00 
88.47 

4.47 

10.13 

.50 

1.32 


2.86 


1.70 






16.11 




15 






36.20 


J. T. Tyner 


13 121 


42.63 
2.00 
5.64 

50.68 
4.32 

14.27 
.30 


3.50 
2.00 
1.86 
99. .5.5 
5.12 
6.92 
.68 
1.82 








66. 8.5- 


Sweet Home 

Mt. Pleasant 


D. L. Hewett 

A. H. Porter 


5 


131 
52 
151 

78 
223 
148 
49 
29 
26 


3.80 


2.00 


2.00 


28.11 
11.58 


Whiteville 


C C Smith 


21 

2 

21 

3 

2 








308. 09 


Williamson's X.R. 


K. Barnes 


"h'bo 


.75 
6.00 


'irso 


25. 15 


Western Prong 

White Marsh 


F. T. Wooten 

A. J. Freeman 

A. H. Porter 


55.12 
1.48 


Union Chapel 


.76 








3.90 












Zion Chapel 




























278 




















Total 


4363 


1905 


280.36 


197.85 


492.03 


229.56 


45.91 


89.64 24.35 


1309. 70 











CAROLINA. 



Beulah 


J.J.Gray 


4 

6 

30 


2471 

68' 

89 

64 

123 

27 

173 

120 

318 

80 

84 

115 

164! 

132> 

39 

107 

186: 

341 1 

126| 

(19 

116 

66 

170 

142 

107 

11 

267 


134 

109 
60 
70 

105 
40 

207 
67 

161 
40 

""74 
153 
82 
53 
97 
101 
81 
26 
82 

72 


.28 
1.00 
5.00 

'"'8^00 

""loo 

""2.'.S5 
2.30 


2.50 
3.00 
1.00 
5.00 
2.60 
.5.00 

1.5.00 
5.00 

50.00 
3.00 

'ioroo 

2.85 
10.00 
3.00 


1.00 
1.60 
2.00 
.•).00 
2.50 
5.00 


7.35 
1.65 
2.00 








10.85 




J. O. Wall 








6.5a 












6.00 


Bat Cave 


E. Jackson 








1.5. 00 




George Wharton 

C.D.Cole 


3 

1 

23 

2 

2 


2.45 
5."00 








7.45 


French Broad 








10.00 


Fruitland 


George Wharton 

George Wharton 

M. L. Lawson 

R. P. Corn . 








2,S.0O 


Hooper's Creek 

Henderson VI LLE 








5.00 


158.00 










208 00 












3.00 


Mountain Home 


J. L. McCarson 




i.oo 

5.00 
3.35 
8.50 
2.00 


3.76 








5.76 




J. L. Brookshire 










15.00 




C. D. Cole 


15 

1 
1 
5 


4.00 
4.09 








13. 05 


Mount Gilead 

Middle Fork 


H. R. Freeman 

R Hudgins 









24.89 
5. 00 


Oak Grove 


W. A. Morris 

C. D. Cole 


7.20 
6.76 








7.20 




2.00' 

i 


4.45 








13.21 


Refuge 


W. A.Morrris... _ 








1.10 


1.10 




T. H. Posey 




4.00 
14. 0'J 


5.00 
11.50 
3.90 


3.80 
15.00 
11.10 


5.04 
6.00 
5.00 
4.03 








17.84 






14 

11 
21 








46.50 


Shaiv's Creek 


J. L. Brookshire 

J. L. Brookshire 

J.L.Brookshire.- 








20.00 










4.03 


Crab Creek 
















Pleasant Grove . 




1 


53 
40 








3.70 









3.70 


Mills River 




10.00 


6.00 


10.00 








26.00 


Laurel Springs^ 




















15 


72 


2.60 


2.60 


-.:::„. 










5.20 


Green River 
















Valley Hill H.. . 






20 


107 






























Total 


1.5.5 


3.571 2148 


53.03 


146.85 


239.30 


68.03 






1. 10 .508. 36. 













A8S0CIA TIONAL ST A TI8TICS. 



87 



CA.TA.WBA. RIVER-1907. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


03 

£ 


Church 

Membership 
^un. School 

Enrollment 


a 
.2 


CO 

a 
o 

is 
w 


a 
d.2 

Is 
fa 


P 
a 

O 


a 

si 


2 
rsS 

< 


■§.2 


"3 
1 


Antioch 

Abie's Chapel 

Olive Grove 


I. W. Thomas 

J. G. Benfield 

Cicero Queen 

W. B. Mull 


3 

8 
10 

24 


132 142 
53 44 
89 50 
76. 


S5.00 
1.00 
1.00 


83.00 
1.00 
1.00 


118.00 
1.00 
1.50 


«15.00 
2.00 
1.00 




S2.20 




843. 20 
5.00 








4.50 














Bridgewater 

Connelly Springs — 
Enon _ 


J. J. Shell .. , 


23 






i.oo 

5.00 
25.00 
2.00 
3.00 
2.00 










1.00 


A. H. Wynkoop 

C. E. Beaver 

S. C. Bennett _.. 

A. H. Wynkoop 

Frank Newton 

W. F. Hull 


i 

7 
3 

7 


23.— 
140 106 

82; 56 
19, 23 

55 75 
38 60 

56 36 
29'..-. 
55 70 

2811 158 
152 78 
1521 50 
174j 207 
91 75 
83! 50 
125 90 
113! 63 
ml 50 

70, 117 
105, 90 
202; 63 

47[.- .. 


15.00 




5.00 
25.00 
10.00 
6.75 
2.00 








25. 00 








50.00 


Hopewell 


2.00 
6 00 
2.00 


1.00 
3.00 








15.00 


Glen Alpine 








18.75 


Hall's Grove 








4.00 


Mall's Chapel 

Mull's Grove 










M. L. Clark 


2 
12 


1.00 
1.00 
2.50 
50.00 
15.00 


"loo 

33.44 
4.00 


2.00 

1.75 

5.00 

138.33 

41.75 










3.00 


Bethel 


L. C King 


3.38 

15.00 

150.00 

45.75 








6.13 


Mountain Home ._ 


S. C. Bennett 








23.50 


MORGANTON 


J. D. Larkins 

R. L. Patton 


44 






l$58.23 


430. 00 


North Catawba 






106.50 


Oak Grove 


S. C. Bennett 

Julius Pruett 

H. B. Harrell 

L. A. Rogers 


12 
19 
6 










Pleasant Hill. 


10.00 
5.00 


4.00 
3.00 


25.00 
12.00 


25.00 
15.00 








64.00 


Pisgah' 

St. John's 










35.00 


St. Paul 


W. B. Mull 


3 

12 




1.50 


1.00 


5.00 
25.00 
20.00 








7.50 


Shoup's Grove 


W. B. Mull- . . 








25.00 


Smyrna 


J. J. L. Sherwood— 
L. A. Rogers 


10. 00 


5.00 


20.00 








55.00 


Wilkie's Grove _ _ 










Zion 


P. J. Pastor 




4.00 
2.00 


2.00 


10.00 
3.00 


10.00 
3.00 








26.00 


Zion Hill 


Cicero Queen 

P. J. Shell 


5 








8.00 


Jona's Ridge 










Mt. Olivet 


P. J. Shell 




34 62 
77 36 
17 93 


















Mt. Gilead 


Cicero Queen 

R. L. Patton 


1 


1.00 


1.00 




1.00 


2.00 








5 00 


Drexel . 
































Totals — 


172l2f!f)S 1944 


133.50 


63.94 


319.73 


385. 88 




2.20 


58.23 


961 08 








1 













CEDAR CREEK. 














Beaver Dam 






128 

143 

84 

254 


81 
73 
43 
145 


12.21 
21.93 
26.25 
22.85 
1.80 






2.95 
16.42 
12,68 
102. 45 






15 16 








13.02 
7.35 
21.22 


20.00 

19.11 

21.16 

3.57 

17.50 

50.56 

25.00 

5.50 

2.00 

1.50 

5,67 

11.33 

10.00 

27.85 

14.90 

5.35 

10 00 

1.00 




1.56 


72 93 


Cape Fear 




5 

18 


65 39 


Cedar Creek 






4.50 


117 68 


Cumberland 




681 58 
106 69 
200 141 


21 57 


Green Spring 




■ 5 

2 
33 


23.58 5.00 

30.00 10.00 

2,5.001 7.00 

6. 99 6. 87 


20.00 

48.97 

57.85 

3.60 

3.60 




2.00; 

3 23 


68. 08 


Great Marsh 




142 76 


Hope Mills 




150 

135 

85 

13 

95 

in-:' 


81 
44 

58 

"52 
51 
338 
1G6 
100 
67 
46 
20 
38 






114 85 


Judson . 










22.96 


Lebanon 




9 


22.00 

1.50 

5.69 

13.72 

14.60 

25. 65 

21.45 

7.12 

10.59 

8.83 

12.24 


10.58 

"5787 
3.50 
2.70 
26.50 
10.00 

"5700 
.75 






4.54 


42 72 


Manchester 








3 00 


Mount Pisgah 






8.15 
13.45 








22 38 


Mount Gilead 




11 








4'' 00 


Massey Hill 




12 158 


27.30 


Rockfish 






1.54 

58 
92 
116 


48.25 
25.00 

5.64 
10.00 

2.50 








128 85 


Rozier 




3 




1.75 


73 10 


Shiloh . . 




18 11 


Sharon 




S 




5 60 


41 20 


Tabernacle 






28 
25 
53 






13 08 


Union Springs 




3 


12.24 


Evergreen 


















Cedar Falls 
























Godwin H 






21 












































Total 


104 2.^''3 


1671 


314. 00 


135. 36 


251. 99 


331. 52 




18.64 


.« 


1065 36 













88 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVEXTIOX. 



CENTRAL. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 






§.2 






"■a 






o c 



Bayleaf 

Bethany 

Bethlehem 

Brasstleld 

Falls 

Flat Rock _. 

P'orestville 

Franklinton 

Gleu Royall 

Harris Chapel 

Hopkins Chapel — 

Midway 

Mount Olivet 

Mount Vernon 

New Bethel 

New Hope 

Oak Grove 

Oak Ridge 

Perry's Chapel 

R.\LEIGH— FIRST— 

Rocky Ford 

RolesvUle 

Samaria 

Stony Hill 

Waketield Central. 

Wake Fore.st 

Wake Union 

Wake Cross Roads. 

West Raleigh. 

Woodland 

Youngsville 



Total .. 



L. L. Hudson 

J. M. Hilliard. 

C.C. Williams — 
T. Y. Seymour... 

A. D. Hunter 

A. A. Pippin 

T.C. Singleton... 

T.B. Justice 

T.C. Singleton... 

A. A. Pippin 

C.C. Williams... 
H. W. Baucom .. 
G. W.Coppedge. 
O. A. Keller 

F. D. King 

J.S. Farmer 

G. W.Coppedge . 

J. W. Sledge 

T. B. Justice 

W.C. Tyree 



38 



187, 137 
138 203 
106, 82 
137| 72 
119 84 
76: 51 
177| 78 



1 142 
11 1071 



§23.00 
9.00 
5.00 
30.00 
3.95 
29.65 
18.68 



810.00 

6.00 

3.00 

13.40 

1.50 

27.85 

10.85 



42.50 18.07 
10.16 10.03 



4.00 
8.00 
8.00 
4.00 
44.87 



2.50 
1.50 
8.00 
2.00 
16.36 



6.25 10.00 
33.04 13.23 
11.81 10.00 

2.00 1.00 
26.00 12. .50 
816.00 553.85 



J20. 00 

6.00 

5.00 

26.85 

1.92 

23.51 

15.74 

29.80 

14. 07 1 

2.50 

5.00 

7.00 

1.50 

15.00i 

5. 96 

22. 47| 

10.00 

1.00 

20.00 

768. 23; 



00 SI. 50, 

50 

00 

00 5.00 



36' 

..| 2.26i. 



S2O.OO; 83. 

6. 00 2. 

5. 00, 1. 
25.60 10. 

1.16:.... 
14.61| 2. 
12.12!.... 
100.00 
13.06 
24.00; 

8.00 
14. 58 

5.00; 
3;i.l6 
10.00 
14. 55' 
11.00: 

2.50 
35.00 
710.50 220.00; 34.00 



88.20 
1.38 



: 5.60 

[. 


3.00, 


4.00 


2.00 
3.00. 


1.13 




3.00 
2.00. 


1.21 




2.75 
' 1.50. 

! 2.50; 


4.00 

1 

irioj 


1.00 

TSo 


1.00. 


j 




5.00 


2.50' 


1.00 



877.50 
29.50 
19.00 

119.05 
9.91 
97.98 
59.65 

202 98 
47.32 
36.13 
25.50 
41.79 
14.50 

117.14 
33.71 
89.79 
42.81 
7.50 

102.50 



W. R.Cullom .. 
A. D. Hunter ... 
J. W.Atkinson. 



J. W. Lynch 

T.C. Singleton. 
J. M. Hilliard. 
J. M. Hilliard. 
T.C. Singleton. 
T.B. Justice , 



50.00, 50.00 
3.95, 4.01 
3.00, 1 50 
19.46 14. H8 
325.74 117.75 
6.00 5.00 
8. 25 5. 00 



100.00 

4.00, 

1.50 

11.25 

142. 70: 
2.00, 
5.00, 



1.00 



67.73 25.00 

9.20 3.00; 

2.50 I.5O1 

68. 48' 4. 00 

110.18 69.50 

7.00 2.00 

10.07: 1 2.03 




8.00 3,110.58 

-I- 



1.00, 



148 

HI 68 69] 

2' 126 106' 

53; 780 723[ 

...1 41| 1 

72 44l| 136; 

21 46 74 

125' 79, 

131 179; 

276 239 

40 24 

138 47i 

34 100 

118 6.5 

135 130 

292 1813 3435 1 , 587. 44 915. 16 1, 319. 50 1, 378. 50 379. 8l[ 67. 13 42. 76 5, 718. 20 

I I I I I ' 



2.18 
10.00: 



294. 73 
24. 16 
10.00 
120.35 
775.87 
21.00 
30.35 



CHOWAN. 



Ariel 


A. A. Crater - 




40 


30 


2.58 
60.00 
26.00 














2.58 


Ballard's Bridge .— 
Belhaven 


J. 0. Alderman 


5 

6 

12 

21 

12 
29 

4 
1 


459 
58 
289 
300 
136 
434 
178 
16:3 
45 


246 

88 
308 
89 
37 
418 
69 
68 
115 


30.65 
.5.00 


86.12 

""ioroo 

12.25 
17.00 
29.00 
12.00 
16.00 
6.20 


28.01 
7.15 
10.00 
15.25 
48.05 
37.75 
32.00 
35.00 
5.O0 


20.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


10.00 
5.00 




234. 13 
48.15 


Berea 


W. R. Haisiht... 

T. A.Tatum 

Josiah Elliott 

I.N. Loftin 


75. 0(V 5. 00 
20.00 11.50 
25.00 14.00 
30.00 30.00 
18.00 10. m 


105.00 


Bethel 

Beulah 


5.00 
4.00 





69.00 
113.05 


Black WELL Mem 


126. 75 


Centre Hill 


Josiah Elliott 

Josiah Elliott 

J.A. Willoughby. 


5.06 
8.00 


4.00 
4.00 


"i.'il 


81.00 


Chappell'sHill 

Coinjock 


20.00 
9.50 


10.00 
2.76 


93.00 
24.77 


Col 1 i n gton 








Columbia 

Cool Spring 


W.B. Morion!.. 

A. A. Crater 


27 
""9 


196 
396 
230 

49 
222 
254 
645 
154 
173 

Si 
116 

57 
201 
187 

55 
169 

97 

51 


141 
169 
156 
42 
98 
246 
631 
73 
61 
59 
95 
54 
120 
111 
83 
6S 
39 


18.20 
30.00 
20.00 


10.00 
15.00 
5.00 


10.00 

30.00 

5.00 


20.75 

"~i5.'6o 


3.00 
5.00 


5.00 




66.95 
80.00 


Corinth] 


J. B. b'errebee 






45.00 


Creswell 










Ebenezer 

Edenton 

Eliz.vreth City.. 


J. B. Ferrcbee 

H.H.Mashburn 

E. W. Stone 


13 

2 
19 


15.00; 5.00 
135. 00; 125. 00 
251.45 19.5. 27 


5 00 
140.00 
192. 02 

""26."00 


"226."0O 

20. 72 

20.00 

4.23 


5.00 
10.00 


5.00 
20.00 




35.00 
650.00 
659. 41 


Eureka 


Josiah Elliott 


21.77 
25.00 


10.00 
15.00 


5.00 


4.00 
5.00 




60.77 


Gatesville ._ 


A. A. Crater 


25 


69.23 


Geneva 






Great Hope. 


Josiah EUiott 

J.H. Poleat 

A.A.Butler 

J. 0. Alderman 

T. G. Wood 


15 

8 

1 

20 


10.00 

.70 

29.00 

• 25.00 

10.00 

2:3.27 

5.00 

5.00 


8.00 

.70 

25.00 

15.00 

.->.20 
10.00 

5.00 

2.50 


8.00 
.70 
22.04 
22.76 
10.00 
40.00 
5.00 
2.50 


15.00 

.70 

30.00 

10.00 


3.00 

'2oroo 

5.00 


3.00 

"15^00 
5.00 




47.00 


Gum Neck 

Hertford 


2.80 
141.04 


Macedonia 

Manteo 


82.76 
25.20 


Middle Swamp 

Mount Pleasant 


Josiah Elliott 

J.H. Pot eat 

A. A. Butler 


14 
3 
5 


50.00 
5.00 
5.00 


4.00 


5.00 




132. 27 
20.00 


Mount Sinai 








15.00 



ASSOCIA TIOXAL aSTA TISTICS. 



89 



CHOWAN— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


a, 

S 
.22 

p. 
cS 
M 


a 
S 

II 


_ C : 

lli 


a 




a 


a 

is 


a 
.a 

Oi 
u 
O 


a 


as 


m 


1 
o 




J. H Poteat 


1 


42 

27 


""29 

1 


$0.50 
5.00 


SO. 50 


$0.50 


$1.00 








$2. .50 




S. F. Bristow 








5.00 










1 












S.F. Bristow 




75 


89, 
71. 


2.00- 


2.00 


4.00 




§2.00 


10.00 


Olivet 


W. R.Haight 


3 


55 










2 15 




















57 

in 


47;. 

121' 

47 

68 
123 

77 
112 
129 

56. 
2.59 














Poplar Branch 

Powell's Point 

P)-ovidence 

Ramoth Gilead 


J. A. Willoughby-... 

J. A. Willoughby. 

J. B. Ferrebee 

J. B. Ferrebee 

J. A. Willoughby..... 
A. A. Crater 


12 


15.00 




15.00 
.5.00 

10.00 

13.00 
4.00 

21.50 








30.00 


13 100 
7; 83 
11, 192 
U' 117 
29 238 
27 102 


5.00] 5.00 
2.5.00 5.00 
20.00 10.00 

6.90| 3.89 
3.5.00, 2.5.00 

5.00 5.00 


.5.00 
10.00 
10.00 

8.30 
11.50 


S2.00 
5.00 
10.00 


3.00 

5.00, 

5.00 


25.00 
60.00 
68.00 
23.09 


Reynoldson 


3.25 


$6.25 

2.00 


102. 50 


W. R.Haight 

T.G.Wood 


5.00 


17.00 






107 




Rocky Hock 


T. A.Tatum 


.... 


492 

28 


62.50 31.50 


55.50 


85. l5 10 00 


8.66 2.50 


255. l6 






1 


,___ 1 








W. R.Haight 

A. A. Crater 


20 179 


si 


14.00 - 
2.5.00 10.00 
91.26; 20.00 

.5.00, 5.00 
25.00 1.5.00 
15.00 5.00 

1.00 1.00 
37. .52 7 .50 


5.00 
10.00 
55.65 

"""i6."o6 

12.00 
1.00 
5.00 


20.00 

20. 0<J 

50.00 •'O. 00 


5.00 

5.00 

5.00^ 


44.00 


Sandy Cross 

Sawyer'.s Creek 


16 348 165 


70.00 


N.J. Alleni 


1 268 
10 169 

7 277 


247 
.52 
141 


241.91 


Shady Grove 

Shiloh 


J. W. Jennings J 

S.F. Bristow- 


5.00 
21.42 




15.00 


10 00 


3.00 


84.42 


Sound Side 


J.H. Poteat 


19 210 100 
15 85 42 


6. lo! 3.00 


41.10 




J. H. Poteat 

T. A.Tatum . 


1.00 
10.00 






4.00 




58 486 


107 
74 
37 
93 
55 


r, 00 


8.66 


73.02 


Whale's Head 


J. A. Willoughby.... 




8 
171 
161 
154 


5.36 
16.00 






5.36 


Whiteville Grove 


10 00 


16.00 
7.00 
10.00 


16.00 
10.00 






58.00 


Woodville 


A. A. Butler . 




12. 00 5. 00 
12.00 


3.00 


.3.66 

3.00^ 


40.00 


Yeopim 


T. A. Tatum 




1 10.00 


35.00 














524 OS'^3 6042 1 360. 01 736 '^T 


954.74 


' 943.03183.25 


159.00 10.06 4.617.06 














1 


1 






1 





EASTERN. 



Alpine 

Alum Springs 

Bear Marsh _. 


J. B. Newton 

D.S.Kennedy 

T.J.Hood 


6 
6 


21 
23 
175 
105 
102 
28 
52 
30 
39 
245 
51 
193 
57 
80 
58 
65 
124 
245 
34 
170 
74 
76 
246 
72 
147 
187 
25 
160 
141 
89 
154 


40 

"36 

""66 
66 

""35 
44 

15;3 
.30 

146 

131 
61 
46 

149 
37 
76 
37 

194 
48 
45 

133 
28 
51 

166 
22 
84 

114 
87 

105 


1.00 
12 50 
9.18 

8.75 
2.00 

""""i."66 

25r35 
2.50 
10.00 
25.00 
3.62 
3.42 
5.00 
3.00 
8.00 

"""i7."22 

10.00 

10.00 

37.67 

2.00 

66.'43 


1.00 

■"2^56 
9.00 
1.50 
1.25 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 

62.80 
2.50 
5.00 

20.00 
5.00 

'".5r66 
2.00 
10.00 
1.5.00 
17.73 
10.00 
5.00 
40. 65 
1.00 

"38."66 


1.00 
2.83 
34.06 
9.00 
2.50 
3.75 
1.00 
LOO 

"""3616 
5.00 
10.00 
20.00 
7.50 
3.75 
5.00 
2.00 
10.00 


2.10 1.00 
6. 25 


1.00 




7.10 

21.58 


10.00 

9.00 5.00 
2.50 LOO 
loo! 


2.50 
5.00 
LOO 




58.24 


Bethel 


J. L. Stewart 




45.75 


Beulah 






10.50 


Beulah Chapel 

Boykin's Chapel... 
Cedar Fork 


E.Lee Fox 




6.00 


R.C. Sandling 




1.00 1.00 

loo' 

5.00' 


i.66 

LOO 




~5r6(t 

— 
— 

"5766 

"2766 






6.00 


J. H. Booth - 




4.00 


Centre . . 


Henry Carter 




15.00 


Clinlon 

Concord 


R. C. vSandling, sup. . 

J. B. Newton 

J.M.Page 


""l2 

50 

6 

1 
4 
1 
9 

8 


61.40 10.00 

5.00 

34.00 5.00 
35.00 10.00 

6.40 

5. 90 


16.66 
2.00 
5.00 
5.15 
2.50 


199. 67 
17.00 


Corinth 


69.00 


Delway 

Dobson's Chadel- . 


J. M. Alderman 

J. B. Newton 


120. 15 
25.02 


Ebenezer 




15.07 


Faison 

Hallsville . _. 


W. B. Rivenbark 

J. H. Booth 


5.00 LOO 

7.00 

15.00 2.00 


LOO 
4.00 
5.00 


22.00 
18 00 


Island Creek 

Beulahville \ - . 


J.M.Page-... 

J. H. Booth 


50.00 
15.00 




J.'Vl.Page 


13 
8 
4 

25 


19.28 
5.00 
10.00 
56.36 
2.00 
15.00 
53.75 


137.04 3.66 


5.56 




199. 77 


Kenansville 


W.A.Campbell 

J.L.Stewart.- 


25.00 


Lisbon. 


i6.60| 5.00 

62.68 5.00 

4.00 1.00 

5.001 2.00 
149.42 10.00 


2.06 
5.00 
1.00 
2.00 
10.00 


"I'm 



42.00 


Magnolia 


J. H. Booth - 


212.36 


Maple Hill 


J. H. Booth 


11.00 


Mount Gilead 

Mount Olive 


J. M. Alderman 

C.M.Rock 


1 
4 


24.00 
321.60 


Mount Zion 






New Hope 

Piney Grove 


J. M. Alderman 

J . L. Stewart 





5.o6 

2.00 
2.00 
7.50 


5.56 
2.00 

"7"50 


.3.00 
5.00 
2.00 
7.50 


30.43 .3.66 
5.00, 2.50 
4.00 


3.00 
LOO 





49.43 

17. 50 


Poplar Grove 


T.J.Hood 




8.00 


Koan 


J. M. Page 


10 


10.00! 2. .50 


2.50 





37. .50 



90 



2S'. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 







EASTERN 


—Continued. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


Baptisms 

Church 
Membership 


o S 


a 
o 


00 

a 
.2 

is 


El* 

$4.00 
5.00 

40.00 
4.00 

66.15 


c3 
C 
cS 

ft 

o 


7s .2 


a) 

< 


Is 

•§.2 ! 

"siroo 


3 


H 


Rose Hill 


J.M.Page 

J. H. Booth 


201 80 
.. -f 50 


118 
66 
87 
54 

133 
44 
50 


84.00 

""2.'00 

2.00 

30.20 

3.00 

2.00 


S4.00 
1.00 
4.00 
2.00 

35.00 
1.35 
3.00 


SIO.OO 
3.00 

32.34 
5.00 

20.00 


$5.00 

3.00 
2.00 
10.00 


$3.00 
1.00 
3.00 
2.00 

10.00 


$30.00 
10.00 


Siloam 

Spring Vale 


J. M. Alderman 

R.C.Sandling 

C. M. Rock 


14 116 

I 80 

.... 216 


84.34 
17.00 
171.35 




R.C.Sandling 


1 47 

291 45 


4.35 




5.00 


6.04 


2.00 


1.00 




19.04 








Total 


232 3902 


2782 


317. 13 


326.78 


450.09 


706.50 


92.00 


98.15 


18.00 2 


,009.32 











ELKIN. 





C. W. Cheek 


20 48 

4 236 

6 67 

44 






1 
. ... 












Cool Spring 

Fishing Creek 

Liberty Grove 

Mt Pleasant 


Levi McCann 

Milton McNeil 

W T. Corner 
























1.00 










1.00 





2.50 












2.50 




1 49 


















Pleasant Hill 


J. W. Bryant 

J. W. Bryant 

Levi McCann 

L. B. Murray 

W. W. Myers 


3 89 

3 101 

5 61 

11 180 

1 71 








































Poplar Spring 




































Shoaly Branch 

White Plains 














1.25 


1 1.25 


W. A. Holleman.... 


6 137 


























L78 




3.28 j 5.06 
















Totals 


581083*800 2.50! 


LOO 


1.78 




4.53' J 9.81 






1 















♦Approximation from Sunday School report. No statistics given. 
FLAT RIVER. 



Amis' Chapel 

Antibch 

Bullock 

Bethel 


P. H. Fontaine 

J. K. Faulkner 

R. H. Marsh 

P. H. Fontaine 

G. A. Harris 


1 
14 
17 

2 
14 

5 

9 

""9 

1 

"21 
19 
17 
14 
12 
19 


197 


1?6 


37.22 


27.83 


4.3.54 
12.58 

6.50 
159. 81 

2.50 
12.55 
17.40 
29.40 


36.31 
15.26 

4.00 
106. 98 

2.60 
24. 63 
30.00 
15.65 








134. 90 


97, 67 
86 54 
188, 39 
62 22 
79' 71 
123 77 
123 57 
66 117 
47 78 
l&S 74 
90, 49 
148 65 
181| 1.S9 
215 102 
274| 170 
135 48 
75 45 
274 84 
176 84 
51 30 
284 53 
495 319 
102 .... 
114 96 
105 20 
146' 65 
104 86 


8.10 
4.00 
30.00 
2.56 
9.00 
2.05 
7.50 


8.00 
3.49 
10.00 
2.91 
7.00 
4.00 
6.62 


4.00 
1.16 


4.00 
1.17 




51.94 
20.32 
306. 79 


Bethany . 


"1725 


1.60 
1.00 

"i.'io 


"82.'o6 


12. 27 


Beulah 

Concord 


J. A.Stradley . 

L. L. Hudson 

H.T. Stevens 

A. C. Sherwood 

R.H. Marsh 


54.18 
53.45 


Corinth . . . 


64. 8» 






Dexter 






16.90 

38.30 

40. •5 

5.00 

23.00 

16.06 

83.31 

10.35 

14.80 

34.43 

214. 48 

4.05 

265. 94 

331.10 


6l.'67 
4.35 
8.00 

10.44 
• 25.00 

31.25 

25. 62 
5.20 


"9^50 
3.15 

'Too 
".^rno 


'ib'.75 
4.00 
2.00 
3.90 
4.00 
5.06 


'T6.5 

"d'.ob 


16.90 


Enon 

i^'lorence Avenue.— 

Fellowship 

Grassy Creek 

Hester's 

Island Creek 

Knap of Reeds 

Knott's Grove 


R.H. Marsh. 

J.G. Blalock .- 

L. L. Hudson 

P. H. Fontaine 

R.H. Marsh 

H.T.Stevens 

J.G. Blalock 

F.D.King 


27.80 
18.39 

3.85 
27.59 
13.29 
22.00 
15.72 

5.05 

31. 62 

2(X). 00 

2.00 
77.75 
184. 01 

8.23 

""ii'oo 

12. 83 
5.85 
3.15 
15.23 
45.00 


22.55 
18. 93 

3.80 
14.76 

8.20 
17. 20 

8.12 

7.35 
19.37 
30.38 

1.00 

63.70 

211.85 


170.57 
92. 12 
22. 65 
79.69 
72.55 

163.82 
59.81 
35.40 


Mountain Creek 


J. G. Blalock 


22.34 2.66 


1.34 


101.76 


Mount Zion 


J.G. Blalock 


50.50 7.60 h.oa 


507. 96 


Mount Harmony .. 

Mill Creek 

Oxford 

Olive Branch .. 


J. H. Gordon 

C. P. Ryland 

A. B. Dunaway 

J. R. Pace 


4 

8 

32 

5 

4 
6 
3 

13 

12 
5 
4 

11 
2 

13 


4.00 


1 




11.05 


ft5. 96 

189. 10 

2.52 

9.20 

10.05 
5. .36 
6.00 
6.00 

10. 21 


30.00 15.00 
10.00129.00 


15.00 
32.80 


.533. 35 

1,0.87.86 

10.75 


Olive Grove . 


J.W.Atkinson 

H.T.Stevens.. 

K. VV. Hogan 

J.H.Gordon 

T. C. Singleton 

H.T.Stevens 

C. P. Ryland 

J. H. Gordon 

J. A.Stradley 

J. A.Stradley 

W. L. Kyle 


4.20 
6.17 
3.18 
.3.00 
3.20 
8.60 
12.63 


4.42 

15.00 

5.80 

1.90 

2.73 

18.82 

67. 69 

1.00 

27.00 

5.10 

'""io."oo 

6.05 


1 




17.82 


Poplar Creek ^. 

Pleasant fJrove 

Providence 


1.00 
3.25 






44.22 


- 




30. 42 
16 75 


Peace Chapel 

Rock Spring 

Roxhoro . 


112 
131 
127 

16 
199 

73 


84 
68 
136 
&S 
78 
38 
71 
57 
47 


I.ii 2.00 

2.06 4.50' 


18.19 
59.42 
12.5.32 


Rock Grove 

Stovall.. 

Sharon 

State Line 


1.00 .40 
24.52 9.00 

3.50 4.50 
10.88 2.09 

7. 83 3. 25 
12. 55 3. 5.5 


2.&3 
5.59 
3.10 
6.00 
8.68 
30. 24 


.50, .50 

3.781 3.73 

L80 5.00 

3. C& 8. 00 


6.03 
73. 62 
23.0) 
30. 62 


Tabb's Creek 

Tally Hu 


A. B. Dunaway 


12 42 

7. 162 


29. 76 
52. 39 










Total 


315 5129 


2883 


892. 07 559. 73 


1,493.20 


924. 18 


96.47 206.65i 65. 45!4. 192. 47 


1 




< 


1 


1 




1 







A8S0CIATI0NAL STATISTICS. 



91 







FRENCH BROAD. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


5" 


Church 

Membership 
Sun. School 
Enrollment 


3 


a: 

a 
o 




g,l 

o 

fa 


be 

a 
=s 

a 

O 


a 
^ o 

i 


OS 


o 2 

3 




Bethel .. 


R. D. Ponder 

J . L. Lewis 


4 


122] 75 
104.... 
73 66 
148 82 
131 






$10,97 


814.00 


I 




$24. 90 


Big Laurel 


82.00 

6r5o 


12.00 
2.80 
5.00 








4.00 


Big Laurel Sem'y. . 
Bf.ll Creek 


D. L. Bible 


20 
10 


2.00 
5.00 


2.00 
—12.00 








6.80 


A. J. Sprinkle 








28.00 












Fork of Ivey 

Foster's Creek 


J. A. Bradley 

H. L. Riddle 

L. C. Roberts 

J. Harrington 

A, J. Sprinkle 

J. S. Ponder 


4 
3 
16 
3 
7 
1 


175 56 
79 57 

193, 124 
9 40 

137 50 
38L 


4.00 


5.00 


10.00 


10.00 


*" 






29.00 












25.00 


10.00 


5.00 


6.50 








46.50 


Grand View 












9.00 


4.30 


4.32 


5.00 








22. 62 


Ivy Ridge 












llOJ 48 

86-... 


















Littl'B Creek 






:::::::::::::: 














Laurel Branch. 


W. W. Marr 


15 


105 91 

79, 67 
87i 66 
360. 314 
150, 264 
50| 62 
97i. 


5."00 

""30^00 
70.00 
5.00 


5.00 


8.40 










13.4a 




S. J. Morgan . 


5.00 

3.00 

110. 84 

30.00 

5.00 








10.00 


Long Branch 


J. M. Pickens 

M. A. Wood 


19 
84 
14 
9 
15 


107,28 
2.50 


"li.'94 

100.00 

2.50 








3.0O 


Maes HfLL, 






84.00 
10.00 


299. 69 


Marshall . 


J. W. Suttle 


317.22 


Madison Sem'y. ... 
Middle Fork 


J. W. Suttle . . .- 






15.00 


L. C. Roberts 

T. J. Ealman 










Paint Gap 


145 100 
107 1 82 
69, 65 
32 .... 


1. 00 
5.00 


2.00 
ILOO 


2.00 
8.51 


9.00 
6.00 
5.52 








14.00 


Pinev Mountain. 


W. T. Bradley 

A. J. Sprinkle 

L. J. Bailey 


7 

6 

19 

23 








30.51 


Peek's Chapel 

Walnut 








5.52 


















Walnut Creek 


J. W. Suttle 


201 81 
17- - 


5.00 




10.00 










15.00 


Union ValleyTI 




















: 













Total 


279 29851789 


167.00220.79 

1 


250. 64 


232.86 






14.00 


885. 29 

















GREEN 


RIVER. 














Churches 


Pastors. 


CD 

s 

a 

m 


Church 

Membership 
Sun. Schoor 

Enrollment 


w 

5 

20 


CO 

a 
o 


a 

C.2 

tuoa 
■5.2 

fa 


a> 
be 

CS 

a 

c6 

a 



^1 

M 3 

~fa 


as 

as 
< 


§2 

■g.2 

02 


"3 


Bethel . 


J. W. Whitley 

W. H. Wall 


7 
4 

20 
3 
9 
6 
1 

11 


217! 60 
136 92 
50, 43 
121 45 
191' 40 
98 60 
91| 106 

53 67 
70 38 

126 113 
113 54 
90 145 
177| 41 

13 

17, 25 

142 52 

81| 60 

22 38 

128 60 

89 82 

223 56 

227 63 

245 50 

55 54 

65 47 

54 32 
321 112 


15.00 
1.00 
1.50 
3.50 
4.71 
3.00 


10.75 
1.00 
1..50 
3.00 
4.70 
3.00 


15.00 
1.00 

2."50 
4.71 
3.15 


115.00 




2.00 





57.75- 


Bethlehem 


3.00 


Beulah 


B. P. Jackson 

B.P.Jackson 

B. M. Hamrick 

B. M. Hamrick 

J. L. McCarson 

A.P.Sorrells 

B. P. Jackson 


1.70 

1.50 

4.70 


i.75' 

1.00 

1.00 


6.45 


Big Level 

Bill's Creek 


11.50 
19.82 


Camp Creek - 


3.15 








12. 30 


Cane Creek 










Chapel Hill 

Cherrv Spring . 


2.50 
3.00 
4.96 
5.00 
3.00 
5.72 
5.00 


2.55 
2.00 
3.86 
5.00 
2.00 
6.81 
5.00 


3.06 
5.00 
5.72 
5.00 
2.50 
8.80 
5.00 


16. .30 
5.00 

ie.7i 

7.00 








24.30 
15.00 


Clear Creek 


P. J. Shell 


12 








31.25 


Columbus 


T. H. Posey 




2.00 




24.no 


Cooper's Gap 




2 
3 


5.00 


1.00 

1 


13.50- 


Dysartville 


P. J. Shell 


13.75 
5.00 




35.08 


Eureka 

Hall Town 


Z.T. Whiteside 

P. J. Shell 




1.00 


21.00 


Harmony Grove.-. 
Hickory Grove. .. 


W. L. Haynes 

R.J.Tate 


5 

2 


6.00 
.60 


6.00 


6.00 
,60 


12.06 


2. 00 ..._.- 


32.00 
1.20 


Jessie's Grove. 










Macedonia 


B W. Toney 


6 


1.00 

51.40 

2.00 

3.45 

17.10 


LOO 
40. 75 
2.00 
2.51 
15.80 


i.o5 

64.05 
2.00 
2.45 

12.70 


2.00 
66 38 






5.00 


Marion 


Kdward Long. 




3. 50 

1.00 


226 08 


Mill Spring 


T. J. Moss 


6 
23 
11 


2.00 


9.00 


Montford's Cove 


T. J. Moss 


8.50 
12. 36 




16.91 


Mountain Creek—. 


J.W.Whitley 






57. 96 


Mount LebanoQ 








Mount Pleasant 


H. R. Freeman 

W. H. Wall.. 


'"5 
13 


1.42 
2.00 
73.13 


2.50 
1.50 
16.98 


1.12 
2.00 
27.18 


1.50 
4.00 






6.54 


Mountain View. . 




1.00 

3. 10 


10.50 


Mount Vernon 


W.E.Wilson.. 


31.68 


152. OT 



92 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE C0NVENTW2,\ 



GREEN RIVER— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


03 


0. 

a: 

u 


c 
a 


State 
Missions 


aj 

S 

C 

m DO 


05 

li 


0) 
60 

c3 
C 

a, 

5 


a 
■5.2 

It 

x 3 

— •a 

.Eh 
s 


w 
I.. 

0) 

■0.5 

< 


8§ 


3 


Old Fort 






63 
81 

137 

234 
44 

343 
23 

197 
70 
71 
33 
62 
74 


112 
35 
46 

102 
40 

240 
25 

110 
69 
45 
39 
29 
50 


«5.00 
2.00 
6.00 

10. 00 
3.00 

45.70 


$5.00 
2. .50 
6.00 
S.OO 
2.00 

48. 29 


S5.00 
3.00 
6.20 
8.00 
2.00 

51,50 


SIO. 00 
2.00 
9. '.t5 








825 00 


Piney Knob 

Pleasant Grove . 


W. L. Haynes 

W.E.Wilson 

J. W. Whitley 

R. L.Li m rick.. 


8 

6 

25 





S2.00 




11.50 
28 15 


Pleasant Hill 

Rock Spring 

Round Hill 


7.00 

3.00 

59.00 







1.00 
1.00 
3 00 







34.00 
11 00 


C.B. Justice 




207.49 


Round Knob 










Jtutherfordton 


C. B. Justice 


7 


110.00 
3.00 


8.5.00 
4.00 


1.50. 00 
4.00 


111.75 
5.00 




5.00, iloo 

2.00 


365 75 






18 00 


Stone Mountain 


J. R. Whiteside 








Sunny Vale 


Joseph Sparks 

A. I. Justice 


-— 




2.00 
10.00 


2.00 






4.00 


Tryon. 


15.00 
2.00 


15.00 
2.00 




5. 00 


45.00 


Turkey Cove 


J. R. Waycaster 


3 


2.00 








6.00 


Walnut Grove . __. 










Whiteside Valley.. 


H. R. Freeman . 




29 
217 


63 
28 
75 
73 


3.50 
2.15 


2.50 
L50 


2.50 
1.50 


5.00 
1.55 






LOS 


14. .55 


Zion Hill 


A. P. Sorrels 

Branch school 


7 







6 70 


Round Hill 










Whiteside Valley.. 


Branch school 










































Total- 


205 4883 


2595 


423.34 321.95 


426. 18 


453.48 




39.35' .5-a5'l .569 3.=1 

















HAYWOOD. 



Allen's Creek 


W. M. Pruett 

D.C.Davis 


4 


126 
100 
31 
62 
59 
204 
58 
36 
146 
160 
83 
99 
261 
75 
118 
1.S5 
153 
30 


57 

100 

26 

59 

65 

242 

47 

55 

55 

120 

97 

125 

178 




5.00 
LOO 
3.00 
3.00 
5.00 
30.14 


5.00 








10.00 


Antloch 










1.00 


Bethel 


R. A. Sentelle 




3.50 
3.03 
2.60 
63.10 


3.26 
3.26 
2.50 
30.00 


5.00 








14.76 


Crabtree _. 


R. H. Hipps 




.5.00 
.5.00 
61.95 








14. 29 


Jonathan. 


R. A. Sentelle 










15.00 


Locust Field 


T.L.Brown 


8 


S11.07 


5.00 




201. 26 


Oak Grove 


J. R. Liner 






Pigeon. . 










5.00 
2.00 

33. 15 
2.00 
8.00 

43.94 


,1 






5.00 


Pleasant Balsam... 


W. M. Pruett 

J.R.Green. 


15 


2.00 

24.86 

2.00 

6.60 

40.76 


LOO 
6.63 
2.00 
6.00 
12.25 


5.00 
54.98 

5.00 
1-5.70 
60.86 








10.00 


Pleasant Hill 


9.61 






129.23 


RatcliffCove 


F. F. Arrington 

J . R. G reen 


6 






11.00 


Rock Springs 








36.30 


Waynesville 


T. B. Raymond 


5 








157. 81 


Cataloochee 












Cove Creek 






















East Fork 






99 
56 


















Fine's Creek.. 






















Spring HillK 
















































Total 


38 


1936 1.381 


149.35 


66.90 


132.23 


228.49 18.68' .5.00 




605.65 





















JOHNSTON COUNTY. 














Benson's Grove H... 

Antioch 

Baptist Centre 

Benson 

Bethany 


R. W. Horrell 




S 




















W. Creech 

W.C. Royal 

D.F.Putnam 

W. Creech 

D. P. Bridges 

R. W. Horrell 

D. F. Putnam 

D.D.Edwards 

T.H.Thornton 

L. L. Hudson 

A. A. Pippin 


1 

~9 
7 
11 
14 

1 
28 
37 

2 
12 

1 

1 


164 
66 

151 
78 

189 
34 
62 
86 

316 

154 
98 
39 
34 
38 
19 

294 
3C 
14 


126 
85 

176 
80 
68 
45 
41 
68 

274 
76 
92 

61 

"77 
40 
50 


15.00 

10.00 

143.00 

6.50 

25.00 
4.00 

16.50 

10.00 
2.50. 00 

10.00 
8.00 
4.35 

1.5.00 
2.00 
3.00 

37. 50 
9.05 
3.00 


1.50 
2.00 

23.00 
2. .50 
5.00 
1.50 
5.00 
2.50 

6.5.00 
4.00 
1.50 
3.80 
.5.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 
1..50 
1.25 


1.50 
1.50 

26.60 
2.00 
5.00 
1..50 
7.00 
1.50 

12.3.60 
4.00 
2.00 
1.50 
5.00 


2.50 

10.00 

20.00 

.3.00 

31. 28 

1.00 

6.00 

5.00 

133. 44 

5.00 

4.00 

2.25 

5.00 


1.50 

"sroo 

1.25 
2.00 
1.00 
3.00 
1..50 
13.65 
2.00 
1.00 
1.50 
1.50 


2.00 
1.50 
4.00 
1.25 


2.00 

'Too 
1.00 


26.00 

2.5.00 

223. W 

17. .50 


Bethesda 

Bethel 

Black man's Grove- 
Carter's Chapel 

Clayton 

Clyde's Chapel 

Corinth 


3.00] 1.00 
1.00! .50 

1.00 1.50 

2.001 1.00 
14.02; 10.00 

2. .50, l.,50 
2.00 .50 
1.50 1.00 
3.00 LOO 


72.28 
10.50 
40.00 
23.50 
609.71 
29.00 
19.00 


Calvary 


W. C. Royal 


15.90 


Four Oaks 


D.F. Putnam 

J. W. Nobles 


35. 50 


Hood's Grove 


3.00 


Kenly 

Lee's Chapel 


J.W. Nobles 

A. A. Pippin 


"1 


5.00 
5.00 
L74 
1.05 


2.05 
5.00 
1..50 
2.25 


1.00 

2.50 

.50 

LOO 


100 1.00 
2.50 5.00 

.50 

1.00; .50 


14.00 

62. .50 


Live Oak 

Micro 


D. P. Bridges 

J.W. Nobles 


14.79 
10.05 



1 



L 



' ASSOCIATION AL STATISTICS. 



93; 



JOHNSTON COUNTY— Continued. 



■ Churches. 


PfiStors. 


s 

to 

c. 

CG 


Church 

Member.ship 
Sun. School 

Enrollment 


te 
S 

.2 

Hi 


a; 

a 


ci 


75 

a 
a. 2 


boo 

a 
a 
a 
a 
p. 




a 


2 

to 

< 


^.2 

0} 


p 


Mount Moriah 

Noble's Chapel 

New Bethel 

Oliver's Grove 


J.M.Hilliard 

J.W.Nobles 


13 
12 

2 


1501 146 
851 _. 


S23.3.=^ 
17.00 
13.40 

1.00 
15.00 

4,00 

(i.OO 
15 00 
38.00 
66.24 

5.60 

10.00 

227. 30 

5.00 

.5.51 
10.75 
15.00 
10.09 

3.00 

1,073.04 


S9. 89 
3.00 
12. 25 

.50 
1..50 
3.00 
4.00 

10.00 
2.00 
3.25 

45. 35 
1.00 
4 00 
1.17 
.5.00 
3.00 
1.00 


815. 07 
2.00 
9.05 

""I'sb 

1.00 
1..50 
5.00 
5.00 

35.00 
2.00 
3.00 

52.00 
1.56 
.3.50 
4.75 
5.00 
4.60 
2.00 

349.02 


S39. 00 

4.00 

34.80 

"'"'2."00 
1.50 
2.00 
2.60 
4.00 

72. .56 
2.00 
7.50 

43. .54 
1.00 
3.00 
4.80 
5.00 
3.45 
9. 19 


"s-Ioo 

5.05 

'"loo 

"l2.5 
LOO 
2. CO 


SI. 60 
2.00 
10.70 

"2^00 


'n'ob 
"Tso 


S88.91 
31. 00 


T. Y. Seymour 

N. H. Gibbs. 


96 
20 
51 
34 
60 
54 

122 

197 
26 
73 

161 
49 
44 

152 
52 
95 
5t 

3.55s 


46 
30 

52 

'I33 
29 
71 

198 
30 
75 

210 
66 
24 
87 
42 

230 

168 

3006 


85.25 
1.00 




J. W. Nobles 




23.75 




J. W.Nobles - 




. 50 . .. 


7.50 


Pine Level 

Pisgah . 


R. W. Horrell 

D. F. Putnam 

R. W. Horrell 

0. R. Mangum 

W.C. Royal 

Supply 

D. P. Bridges 

D. P. Bridges 

W.C. Royal 

A. A. Pippin 

O.R. Mangum 

T. H. Thornton 

A. A. Pippin.. — 


17 
9 
30 

18 
8 
5 

is 
9 

I 

1 

9 
6 

350 


1.50 
I..50 
2.50 


..50 
2.00 
1.00 
1.73 

..50 
1.00 
10.00 

..50 
1.(10 
1.25 
1.00 
1.00 


14.25 
.30.00 


Princeton 


.56.50 
185. 52 


Sardis 

Shiloh 


1.00 
2.00 
32.00 
1.00 
1.00 

""3700 
1.00 


1.00 
2.50 
16.00 
..50 
1.00 
1.70 
2.00 
3.54 


14.00 
29.25 


Smithfield 

Thanksgiving 

Trinity 

White Oak 

Wilson's Mills 

Wendell 

Middlesex Ti 


426. 19 
10.56 
19.01 
24. 42 
36.00 
26.68 
1.5. 19 


Total 


343.71 


481.05 


93.20 


94.41 


52. 48 


2,376.34 













KINGS 


MOUNTAIN. 
















A. C. Irvin 


11 
13 

8 
76 
14 
1 
5 
9 
36 


334 
236 
342 
444 

91 

65 

64 
313 
377 
121 
360 

76 
208 
399 
180 

78 
130 
105 
165 
173 
280 
210 

90 
125 

89 
314 
190 
121 
111 
237 

93 
494 
212 
140 
202 
214 


105 

83 

207 

465 

53 

79 

73 

220 

109 

79 

143 

88 

134 

217 

66 

"I5 

"62 
93 
97 
55 
68 
79 
55 
94 

104 
98 

107 
70 
24 

280 
87 
87 
97 
69 


20.00 

23.00 

20.00 

45. 15 

2.00 

2.00 

5.00 

30. 30 

22.75 

6.00 

25.00 

8.15 

17.00 

4.5.00 

14.00 

32. 15 


iO. jO 
6.00 
9.00 

22.47 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 

20.00 

22. 75 
5.00 

15.00 
7.50 

14.00 

20.00 
9.00 

20.85 


13.00 
23.00 
20.00 
30.00 
2.00 
5.00 
3.00 
73.01 
22.70 
6.00 
2.5.00 
12. 00 
50.00 
28.50 
14.00 
56.20 


13.00 

11.00 2.63 

.5.00 4.00 

2.5.00 


4.00 
6.00 
3 00 
5.00 
2.00 
2 00 


'Kob 


60.00 


Bethlehem 

Boiling Springs 

Bessemer City 

Kuflalo 


C. W. Payseur 

L. R. Pruett 


96.63 
61.00 


J. J. Beach 


127 22 


J. C. Blanton 

J. D. Harrell 

T. Dixon 

C T. Tew 

D. G. Washburn 

Z. D. Harrell 


2.00 


1.00 


11.00 
11.00 


Carpenter's Grove. 

Cherryville 


5.00 
18.30 
35. 00 

6.00 
2.5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
11.71 
50.00 


1.00 
19.80 
.5.00 
LOO 
2.00 
3.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1.00 
L65 


2.00 

3.00 

3.00 

i 3.65 

2.00 6.49 

3.35 

3. 00 

5.00 


18.00 
164.41 


Double Springs 

Double Shoals 


111.20 
27.65 


Elizabeth 

Fallston . 


C. W. Payseur 

T. Dixon 


36 
1 

18 

23 

4 

"ii 


100.49 
4L0O 


Grover 

Ivings Mountain 


J. D. Bailey 

J. J. Beach . . 


99.00 
128.60 


Lattimore 

Lawndale 


D. G. Washburn 

C. W. Payseur . 

J. M. Goude 

W B. Mull 


2.00 
3.00 




51.71 
165. 85 




2.00 
5.00 
44.16 


1.00 

6.00 

31.57 


2.00 

15.00 

167. 60 


2.00 

7.00 

28.03 








7.00 


Mt. Zion 

New Bethel- .- 


W. B. Mull 

C. W. Payseur 

I.T. Newton 

T. Dixon 

W. M Gold " 


1 
9 
4 
1 
1 
4 
1 
8 

18 

26 

1 


2.00 
13.50 


2.06 
8.05 




37.00 
292.91 


New Prospect 

Oak Grove 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


5.00 


2.00 


2.00 




39.00 


Patterson^ s Orove... 
Patterson's Station 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 

Poplar Springs 

Ross' Grove 

Sandy Plains 

Shady Grove 

Shelby 


J. C. Blanton 

J. D. Harrell 

D. G. Washburn 

J. D. Harrell 

B. M. Bridges 

J. D. Harrell 

J. D. Harrell 


.3.00 
3.00 
15.00 
6.75 
4.00 
4.00 
7.50 
5.00 


2.00 
3.00 
12.00 
5.25 
3.00 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 


.5.00 
3.00 
15.00 
7.50 
5. CO 
6.00 
7. .50 
10.00 
500.00 
6.00 
45.00 
12.50 
10.11 


6. .50 
3.00 
•10.00 
6.00 
6.00 
4.00 
7.50 
6.00 


1.00 
2.00 
5.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.50 
1.75 


2.50 
2.00 
3.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.25 


2.22 


22.22 
16.00 
60.00 
27.50 
21.00 
19.00 
30.25 


J C. Blanton 




2.00 

10.00 

1. 00 

3.00 

3.00 

3.00 


28.75 


M. E. Parrish 

T. J. Moss 


22 
9 
5 
12 
16 


125.001.58.35 
6.00 3.00 


50.00 15.00 

6.00 

16.57 1.25 
10.00 3.00 
3 00 3. 00 
i 


858. 35 
22.00 




C. T. Tew 


9.22 
15.00 
15.00 


6. '15 
7.00 
8.00 


81.79 




.50.50 


Zoar 


D. G. Washburn 


42.11 


Totals'. 


403 


7373 


3792 


600.01 


456.09 


1210.51 


434. 67 108. 08 


96.40 


37.36! 2942.12 












■ 







04 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVENTIOy. 



LIBERTY. 



Churches 


Pastors 


a. 

03 


a. 

5 
c 




a 
.2 

'x 
■Jl 


5 

td 


05 

o 

be 00 


eg 

a 

eS 

a 
o 


s 


1 
c 

< 


.a .2 

3 


"3 


Abbott's Creek 


Thos. Carrick 

J D. Bowen 


14 155! 77 
3 15 46 


815.00 


$5.50 


$12.50 


$31.30 


$5.00 


$4.50 




$73.80 








15 19 
113 120 


.25 

9.14 

10.45 

20.00 

.60 


.25 
4.00 
4.50 
7.00 
1.00 


.25 

8.00 

8.64 

20.52 

1.00 


1.25 
17.50 
10.00 
25.67 

1.00 








2.00 






"20 


3.00 

2.28 
5.50 


4.00 

2.84 
3.62 




45.64 


Gravel Hill 

Holloway's 

Huldah 


L. \V. Harris 

S. D. Swain 


3 39 55 
8 198! 67 


38.71 
82.31 


M.J. Leach 




23 48 
97 32 
143 85 


2.60 


















S. D. Swain 


9 


33.00 

60.00 

5.00 

13.48 


14.23 

35.00 

5.00 

4.00 


27.17 
81.31 
12.00 
10.00 


37.23 
71.55 
10.00 
17.00 


8.00 
5.00 
3.00 
3.00 


3.00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 




132.63 




J. T. Watts — 


48 32S 445 


257. 86 


Liberty 

Lick's Creek 


W. J. Laffoon 

Henry Sheets 


12 

27 


1.53 

142 

35 

5 

■ 34 


47 
94 


37.00 
49. 4S 










:::::::::::::::::" 












M. J. Leach 




L 46 


3.00 
10.00 


2.00 
6.00 


3.00 
10.00 


3.00 
25.00 








11.00 


New Friendship — 
Oak ilill 


Thos. Carrick 


1 


136^ 55 

23 46 

333; 397 

226 196 
90t 90 
162i 129 
110 97 

67| 8;^ 
65 38 
16 .50 


3.00 


L50 




55. .50 


Orphanage 

Pine Meeting House 


T. S. Crutchfield 


15 

48 


50.00 
2.5.00 


51.52 
10.00 


83.33 
25.00 


268. 03 
23.03 


20.00 
5.00 


6.23 
5.00 





469. 11 
93.03 








S. D. Swain 


14 

11 


15.00 

11.04 
5 50 
1.20 
3.50 

62.81 
3.00 

53.71 


10.00 
6.00 
4.50 
L20 

"89."32 

3.00 

44.74 




16.30 
8.93 
5.00 
1.20 
2.00 

59.42 
5.00 

5.5. 65 


25.00 

11.00 

34.05 

1.20 

4.00 

47.91 

2.30 

150.08 


3.00 
2.50 
2.00 

"loo 

20.40 
1.50 
5.00 


3.50 
2.05 
2.00 
1.20 
1.00 
4.03 
1.00 
5.00 




72. 80 


Rich Fork 


T. S. Crutchfield. 

Henry Sheets, 


41.. 52 
53.05 


Summerville — 


Wm. Latloon 


15 


6.00 
11.50 


Thomasviile 

Centre HillH 

Wallburg 


T. S. Crutchfleld™. 
S. D. Swain 


15 
9 


95 
64 


158 
"65 


283. 84 
15.89 


Thos. Carrick 


3; 100 


3.10 




' 


Totals 


275 2862 


WS5 


412.88 310.96 


456.21 


816. 47 


98.18 


59.47 


1 1838.36 



















LIBERTY-DUCKTOWN, 1907. 



Beaver Dam 




1 


158 100 




5.16 
2,00 
15.30 












5.16 






52' 25|... 

127 40 - 












2.00 






25 












15.30 


Boiling Springs 




65 75 
30 „ 
















Brown Hill 








I 












Boonsville 




2 


42 40 


1.25 












L25 


Culberson _ _ . 




44 1 35 
135 103 






4.66 

36.00 








4.00 


Fair View 




14 
14 
4 

6 




4 00 .'? 2.T 








43.25 


Friendship _ 




147 6.5 
114 103 
105 35 
100 


17.00 

2.00 












17.00 


















2.00 


Liberty 










































85 100 
72 25 
39 25 


















Mount Pleasant 




2 
























2.00 






2.00 


New Hope 






36 35 






















38 35 
124 50 
107 50 

65^ 40 
180 60 

83 25 
144 79 
115 15 

82 50 
133 62 

89 35 

94 50 

25 


















Nolia 




8 

18 

1 

2 

17 

19 

4 

3 

28 

8 


2.20 














2.20 




















Pprsimmnn Crppk 


















Pleasant Grove 




2.00 
5.00 


i 2.05 

10.00 10.00 

1 










4.05 


Pleasant Hill 1. . 












25.00 


Pleasant Hill 2 














Shady Grove 






2.00 












2.00 


Shoal Creek.. 






.50 










.50 


Turtletown 


















Union 




15.00 














15.00 


Zion Hill 




2. 15 2. 15 


2.20 








6.60 






6 


















1 
















189 


















Total 


2707 13.56 


43 20 4S.S6 21.95 


38.20 


1 




146.71 
















1 





ASSOCIA TIOXAL .STA TI8TICS. 



95 





LITTLE RIVER. 
















Churches 


Pastors 


s 

.2 
a 

cS 
03 


Church 

Meirihership 
Sun. School 

Enrollment 


V 

0.2 


09 

s 
o 

2"i 

cS 


u 

C 

C.2 


M 
es 

a 

cS 
p. 

5 


5 B 
1"^ 


an 

■o'S 
< 


02 




A ngier 


J. M.HolIemau 

G.T.Mills 


10 91 ! 115 
20 2661 13S 


S2.00 

20.00 

.75 

10.00 

6.00 

157.00 

50."00 

20.88 

47.64 

106. 20 

54.00 

45.00 

33. 89 

22.50 

1.35 

8.00 

1.65 

33.00 

4.00 

23.00 


$2.00 

5.00 

.50 

5.00 

3.00 

53.00 

2.00 

10.00 

4.02 

18.33 

50.00 

11.00 

20.00 

5.00 

12.50 


S9. 50 

20.00 

.50 

10.00 

3.00 
110.00 

2.00 
21.00 

6.75 
48. 55 
50. 00 
26.32 
50.00 
18.00 
10.34 


$6.50 
5.00 
2.25 

10.00 

4.21 

123. 90 

1.00 

62.25 


so. 65 


SI. 50 


SL50 


S23. 65 
50.00 


Averasboro 




39! 29 
152 81 

65 29 
325 362 

52.-.. 
163 57 

105 68 
210 265 
237 314 
140 86 
100 116 
133, 63 

40, 20 

106 76 
30 34 

191 72 
82 85 
93j 56 

215 99 
41 


.50 
1.25 
1.00 
5.00 

"iroo 


.50 
3.40 
2.00 
5.00 
1.00 


1.84 
2.19 

'moo 

.50 


6.84 


Baptist Grove 

Bethel . 


C.H.Norris 

G.T.Mills -- . 


8 


41.84 
19.21 


Buie's Creek 

Central 

Chalybeate Springs 


J. A. Campbell 

J. M. HoUeman 

B.G.Early 

B.G.Early 

J.A.Campbell 

W. R.Cullom 

B. Tiiwnsend 

B. Townsend 

B. Townsend 

B. Townsend 

B.G.Early 


59 

64 

27 

i 

4 

1 

3 

7 

"22 
16 


467.90 

6.50 

146.25 


Cumberland Union 
Duke 

Dunn 

Friendship 

Holly Springs 

Juniper Springs 


10.50 2.50 
103.50, 2.00 
174.20 25.00 
15.06 2.24 
65. 00 7. 05 
37. 6r 2.00 

5.00 

L 


1.55 
2.00 
5.00 
2.00 
10.30 
2.00 
1.00 


5.00 
5.00 
2.00 
3.06 
1.00 


46.15 
227. 02 
415. 40 
112.62 
200.41 
99.50 
51.34 


Macedonia 


1.35 


Mount Tabor 


W. A. Humphrey 

J. M. Holleman 

E. M. Lassiter 

N.H. Gibbs 


2.00 
2.00 
15.00 
1.00 
6.16 


5.00 

1.00 

20.00 

1.50 

8.22 


5.00 

4.00 

57. 50 

5.35 








20.00 


Mill's Creek 

New Hill 

Pine Forest 


"zlb 


5.00 
5.00 

""i."75 


1.00 
2.00 

"i.'oo 


14. 65 

135.00 

11.85 


Piuev Grove 


B.G.Early 


5.62 1.72 


47. 47 


Pleasant Kidge 






Sherwood 


M. L Mintz 




34 80 

29082255 

1 


9.00 
652.86 


1.00 


4.00 








14 00 






251 










Total 


224.51 


425.78 


703.44 56.86 


48.65 


46.09 


2, 159. 35 













MACON COUNTY. 



Briartown 


J. L. Kinsland 




107 
99 
180 
83 
52 
152 
133 
140 
173 

IS 

21 
62 

186 
73 
53 
64 
53 

147 
95 
91 

147 
98 
58 

182 
70 

2537 


71 
(•)4 
88 
35 

125 
96 

118 
75 

105 
32 
45 
49 

125 
63 
4 
70 
67 
87 
60 
60 
66 
48 
54 

167 

64 



1838 


4.06 


15.00 


.58 


.58 








20.22 


Brush Cteek 


H. 0. Miller 

F. M. Morgan 

J. L. Kinsland 

M. P. Alexander 

F. M. Morgan 


20 
14 

1 










Burningtown 


2.78 
.50 

""i.lo 

1.25 

1.00 

63.00 


2.78 


.40 


1.21 

LOO 

LOO 








7 17 


Cartoogeehaye 








1.50 


Clear Creek 


"J.'oo 

1.00 


r2o 

2.00 
1.00 
5.00 








1.00 


Coweta 








1 70 


Cowee 


W. L. Bradley 




2.20 
2.00 








6 45 


Ellijav 


J. L. Loudermilk 

T. C.King 


8 
20 








5.00 


Franklin 








68.00 


Glade Hope 


J. L. Hudson . 












Highlands ._ 










10.00 
2.00 
1.00 


3.24 
3.00 
L50 








13 24 


lotha 


F. M. Morgan 

W. L Bradley 

T.J. Vinson.. 


2 
4 
17 


2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
4.00 










7 00 


Liberty . 








3 50 


Flats of M. Creek „ 








1 00 


Mt. Hope 


W. L. Griggs 


4.00 


4.00 


5.00 








17.00 


Mt. Grove 














Oak Dale 


J. L. Kinsland 

F. M. Morgan 


5 






1.00 
L58 


i.oo 

L72 








2.00 


Oak Grove 


L58 










4.88 


Pine Grove 


I. T. Peek 


1 










Pleasant Hill 


W. H. Guffey 


""i'.l9 


LOO 
4.00 


LOO 
4.00 


i.io 

5.00 








3.40 


Sugar Fork. .. 


W. L. Griggs 

W. L. Bradley 


3 








17.69 


Tellico 










Tesenta 


A. M. Ledford- ,.. 

W. L. Bradley 

A. S Solesbee 


7 
7 


""ilo 


i.oo 

2.00 


1.00 
2.00 
1.00 


i.oo 

4.81 
1.00 








3 00 


Watauga 








10 81 


White Oak Flats— 








2 00 






109 














Total 


90.36 


31.78 


37.76 


36.66 








196. 56 















MECKLENBU RG-CAB ARRUS. 



Arlington 


C. H. Martin 


27 
5 


276 
111 
52 
108 
141 
814 
242 
151 


88 
97 
41 
86 
129 

vm 

171 
196 


5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
30.00 


5.00 


7.50 


10.00 
7.50 
5.00 

15.00 


"Too 


2.00 
LOO 
1.12 
2.00 




29 50 


Clear Creek 


C. H. Martin 


5.00 
3.00 
5 00 


2.00 
2.45 
12.50 


20 50 


Cold Water 


S. N. Watson 


16 57 


Cornelius 

Chadwick 


W. A. Hough 

J. D. Moose 


13 

48 
46 

1 
22 


67150 


Charlotte— First 


H. H. Hutten 

S.N.Watson 

D.F. Helms 


132. 15 
89.25 
76.00 


972.831,391.56 
54.00| 60.00 
10.00, 17.25 


S39.79 

149.00 

12.50 








3,036.33 
352. 25 


Concord— First 








Second .. 


2.i5 


3.04 




50.89 



90 



X. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVEXTIOX. 





MECKLENBU RG-CABARRUS— Continued. 










Churches 


Fastors. 




a 

is 



0® 
OS 

l| 


a 


'3 

a2 


a 



no 


CO 

a 


bum 

£§ 



a 
a 
.n 

u 

C 


a 
^ 

11 

S 


2 
-a 3 

as 
< 


o2 

CK.2 

3 


'3 
1 






11 

1 

"'S2 
8 
6 
3 

20 

33 

4 

15 
33 


64 
37 
26 
65 

215 
43 

115 
31 


117 
39 
50 
42 
211 
30 
68 
?5 


S5.00 
24.00 

5.00 
10.00 
26.07 

3.00 
25.00 

3.50 

31 00 
1.00 
12.70 
10.00 
89.23 
2.33 
2.00 

""'i'oo 


86.00 

11.30 
2.15 
.5.00 
6.85 
4.00 
7.00 
2.00 

25. OC 

1.00 

5.00 

6.00 

123. 11 


S7.00 
13.85 

""6^00 

29.71 

2.00 

10.00 

3.00 

27.35 

1.85 

9.50 

5.00 

266. 12 


$6.50 
15. .50 
2. .5.5 
9.00 
44.73 
2 00 


S2.00 
1.00 


S2.001 

2.00 


f 28. 50 


Friendship 


D. A. Tedder 

W. A. Hough 

W. A. Hough 

J.C.Gillespie 

W L Barrs 


67.15 
9.70 


Indepecdence Hill. 
Louise 


1.00 
.5.00 


2.00 

4.32^ 


33.00 
116. 68 
11.00 




W L Barrs 


15. 00 




7 on 


64.00 




J. L. Kirk 


5.89 1 091 .42 


15.90 


Charlotte 


L. R. Pruett 


409! 390 
78; 160 
88 42 
95 f 79 

■198, 204 
391 71 
35 16 
95] 86 
16 46 


112.36 
..50 






196.71 


North 


S.F.Conrad 






4.35 


Pineville 

Pleasant Plains 

Pritchard Memo. __ 
Rock Hill 


J. L. Bennett 

W. L. Barrs 

E. E. Bomar 

J. L. Kirk.- 


20.00 i.oo 
11.00 1.00 
59. 00; 6. 55 

1 


5.00 
3.00 


53.30 

36.00 

544.01 

2.33 




D. A. Tedder 

C.H.Martin 


"26 

2 

350 


"iroo 


3.25 
2.'00 


2.00 








7.25 






'TEo 






Zion. 


J. L. Kirk 


2.00| 1.00 


12.50 






3.535 






Total 


3508 


535.03J126224 


1,878.89 


1,063.72 24.65 


36.40 




4,801.03 











MITCHELL. 





L. H. Greene 






Q7 


3.30 


2.50 


4 4f; 










10.26 

36.40 

2.50 




J.T.Thomas 

R. Pittman 


6 


287 48 
.57 61 




8.00 '^'^.40 


3.00 










2.50 










Bi'>' Rock Creek 


Ander.son Sparks. _ 




01 
214 


















14 


13-> 














Cranberry 

Cross Nore 


D. A. Greene 


41 


.50 


.50 1.00 


1.75 








3.75 


E. M.Johnson 

Anderson Sparks. _. 
L. H. Greene . 


3 
2<i 

3 
31 

1 


40 
109 










Cub Creek 


63 












1 


Fork Mountain 


127 82 


.35 


.60 3.35 


2.00 








6.30 


Grassy Creek 

Green Valley 

Henson's Creek. 


S.M.Greene 


138 
54 
25 










J.C. Blalock 

E. M. Johnson 








10.00 










10.00 


,59 














Little Rock Creek . 


S.M.Greene 




2411 84 
134 87 




.50 

.69 1. 80 










.50 


Lilly Branch 

Liberty Hill 

Linville Falls 


L.H. Greene 


97 
33 


T.7.3 








4.22 


S.D.Tipton. _ 


117 
13 
75 
64 
















E. M. Johnson _ 










j 








E. A.Stamey 

C. H.McKiuney 

L. H. Greene 

E. M.Johnson 

S. M. Greene 


7 
28 










j 






McKinnev Cove 


fio 




1 


3.00 

8.78 
3.22 






3.00 




146 9'.i 
117 125 
169 HI 


.40 


8.52 


1.69 


1 




19.37 


Pleasant Hill 








3.22 


Roan Mountain _ 






14.00 


8.00 








22.00 


Red Hill 


C. H. McKinney .— 
S. A. Hughes 





17 
51 
















Roaring Creek . 


HO 


4.00 












4.00 


Silver Chapel 

Spruce Pine 

White Oak. 




7 


100 144 




2.00 


3.00 


6.36 








11.36 




21 

87 












S.D.Tipton 


2 


42 
60 



















Big Meadows Sund 












































Totals 


198 


256814.38 


5.24 


30.92 


64.63 


36.11 








186.88 



















MONTGOMERY. 



Bethel G. O. Wilhoit 

Beulah Hill J. C. Caddell 

Blackwood'sChapel H. M. Ingram 

Center I E. H. Jarrell 

Deep Creek. j H. M. Ingram, 



Dover. 

Eldorado 

Forks Little River. 

Hamer Creek 

Holly Mount 



Jno. R. Jordan 

Jno. R. Jordan 

J. E. M. Davenport. 
G. W. Henderson — 
H. M. Ingram 



46 



34 


5.00 


2 77 


3.00 




1.00 


1.00 


2.0(1 




1.50 


l.(K) 


1.50 




2.50 


2. ,50 


3.W 


•Si 










6.00 


4.00 


,5. .50 


.56 


1.81 


1..5() 


l.Ci 


80 


7.00. 




1.3( 


41 


4.90 


2.00 


.3.0( 


45 


3.00 


1.50 


2.5( 



5. 00 . 

,5.00 

2. ,50 

1.50 

1.00. 

7.25. 

1.50 

4.43. 

4.00 

5.66 



2.00 
1.00 
1.00 



.25 S4.45 

1.00 

1.50 

1.00 



1.00 



2.50 
1.00 



1.00 
1.25 



2.a» 
2.50 



20.47 
12.00 

9.00 
n.50 

1.00 
25.25 

7.81 
12.79 
16.90 
16.41 



ASSOGIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



MONTGOMERY— Coutinued 



Churches, 


Pi'.stors. 


w 

S 

0. 
s 


iTi 


S3 




a 


|l 


a 
aS 

be CO 

fa 


M 

C3 

p. 

5 


a 

li 

K 3 


Aged 
Ministers 

Sun. Sehool 
Missions 


3 


H 


Laurel Hill 


H M. Ingrain 

w. W. Henderson... 

J. H.Jordan 

J. E. iM. Davenport- 
J. R. Jordan . 


3' 73' (i8 
2' 108 74 
41 90 41 

4| 9il m 

5 65 29 








SB. 00 
8.00 
5.00 

35. 53 
6.00 

10.00 
5.00 


1.00 
5.00 

1.50 

2.00 

75 


S3. 00 

3.00 

1 45 

10. 98 

3.00 

2.00 

1.25 SO. 38 


19.00 
34.00 
21.14 
139.57 
18.25 


Liberty Hill 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Gilead 

Plt-asaut Grove... . 


il5.25' 13.00 

10.19, 1.50 

38.54 16.88 

3.00, 1.75 

10.00! 0.00 


$3. 25 
2.00 

32.64 

3.00 

7 00 

.70 

""29.57 
11.00 

112.02 


Star . 


J. W. Little 


2 
3 
3 


IM 55 


37.00 


Stony Fork 

Snlpbur Springs . 


J. G. Williams 

E H. Jarrell 


b2 
45 
147 
73 


45 
25 
102 
40 

774 


4.00 

'"42.I8 
8.00 

161.17 


1.18 

17.94 
3.00 


13.26 


Tr-.y 

Wadeville 


J. E. M. Davenport. 
J. E. M. Davenport. 


30.00 
11.00 

151.37 


5.06 
4.00 

28.00 


10.00 

4.00 


134.99 
41.00 


Totals . 


39 1443 


67.52 


50.43 4.83 
1 


581 34 













MOUNT ZION. 



Antioch 

Bells 

Bt^rea 

Berr> 's Grove 

Betbedeu 

Betbel 

Bethesda 

Burlington 

Cane Creek . 

Cedar Fork 

Chapkl H[LI. 

W. Chapel Hill 

Durham, Fikst... 

DUKHAM, SKCoND. 

DuAHAM, East 

DcTKHAM, North. 
Durham, Wbst... 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Gleiicoe 

Gruhum 

Haw River 

Hilisboro 

Lysira 

Mars Hill 

Afebaiie 

Merry Oaks 

Mooie's Chapel 

Mount Adar 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Hermon 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Pisgah 

Olive Branch 

Olive Cliupfl 

Red Ml untaiQ 

RoberS"n's Grove.. 

Rose of Sharuu 

Sandy Level 

Sweponvilie. 

Yates 



Totals. 



J. C. Hocutt 

J. C. Hocutt 

J. D. Boweu 

J. A. Hai-kney 

J. F. McDuffie 

J. F. McDuffie 

H. W. BaiK.im — 
C. A. Upchurch... 

J. C. Hocutt 

W.S.Olive.- 

J. W. Wildtnan 

J. F. McDuffle 



W C.Barrett 

J. W. Downey 

J. M. Arnetl 

O. W. Tripleit 

W E Dunnagan __. 

G. H. Church 

J.R. Pace 

J A. Hackney 

S. W Oldham 

S. W Oldham 

J. C. Hocutt 

R. B. Lineberry 

J. A. Hackney 

Duncan McLeod 

C. D. Creasman 

R. B. Lineberry 

J. A. Hai-kney 

R. E. Clark 



170 
59 1'2 
66 83 



Duncan McLeod 

J. F. Mr-Duffie - 

L, M. Hobbs 

J. W. Aikmson 

W. S. Olive 

J D. Bowen 

W. R Beach 

J. F. Crisp 

J R. Pace 

S. W. Oldham 



280 7050 

I 



5781 



14.00 10.00 

12.00 7.50 

11.00; 5.00 

11.00, 8.00 

9.00 5.00 

26.10 12.53 

10.60 0.60 

72.26, 24.90 

14 10 3.64 

67.00 56.00 

70.00 50.00 

15.45 14.20 

591.51607.58 

162. 75 135. 95 

60.36 42.00 

100.00 50.00 

96.35 31.48 

6.00, 4.00 

49.371 26.96 

.75 



3.11 

41.26 19.66 
20. 83 3. 69 
26.00 31.62 
28.80, 12.00 
14. 6O; 5.00 



12.00 

10 00 

6.00 

7.00 

5.00 

27.10 

6.50 

70.00 

14.35 

87.62 

100.00 

25.98 

1000.00 

196.75 

485.92 

50.00 

83. 99 

4.00 

104. 51 

1.50 



10. 00; 
1.77| 
8.00, 
7.24 

13. 00 

13. 56 
7.25 

24.001 



1.60 
2.75 
4.00 
3.00 
G.OO 
2.60 
7.81 
6.00 



54.50 33 00 
3.12 3.15 

87.00, 74.52 

15.53 18.53 
5.00 

10.00 
1.75 

35. 13 

18. 55 



5.00 



1.75 
10.00 



21.87 

4.00 

53. 71 

27.50 

12.00 

6.00 

2.66 

6.00 

5.00 

9.50 

3.00 

5 75 

10.00 

50.00 

8.00 

163. 03 

18. 24 

5.00 

9.00 

1 15 

10. 0! 

13.55 



1.S46. 13 135682, 2743.19 



3.00 
5 00 
4.00 
3.50 
3.50 



15.00 
10. 00 
10.00 

7.50 

4.00 
13.10 11.00 

7.00: 3.00 
89.25 15.00 

9. 00' 4. 25 

36.00, 6.00 

35.00 10.00 

10 00 2.50 

220.6510(1.00 

50.00 40.00; 

12. 50 

25.00; 



41.63 
67. 50 
33.87 

4 00 
83. 63 

2.00 



1.50 
6.00, 



3.00 
2.50, 

5.75 
4. 50 
I.50I 
8.65 
2.75 

'"5.00 

9.00 

10.00 

2.50 

50.00 

30.00 

12.50 

25.00 

17.00 

2.00 

10.00 



18.18 

2.65 

37.66 

27.50 

12.00 

30. 76 

1.81 

3.00 

2.00 

7.00 

5.00 

4.05 

12.50 

73. 50 

10.00 

60.00 

15. 00 

10.00 

5.00 

2.10 

1.50 

13. 85 



6.30; 
2.00' 
6.00, 
6.00, 
4.00 
2.00 

1725 



8.00 
2.00 
7.60 
7.60 
4.50 
2. 00 
1.00 
2.50 



3.00 
4.00 
2.60 
4.00 

"aoo 

2.00 
6.00 
2.00 
6.00 
10.00 
2.00 
25.00 2 
35. 90 
5.27 
2.00 

"loo 

5.00 



3.00 
1.00 
5.00 
3.50 



3.50 2.50 



3.84 
8.00 
12.60 



14.00 



1.30 
1.00 



1.38 
7. 50 
10.00 



1.50 
1.00 
1.00 

Tso 



12. 00 
5.00 



.70 
3.00 
6.00 
3.00 
45.48 
2.00 



5.00 



3.00 3.00 



60.00 

51.00 

44.25 

44.50 

28.00 

109. 38 

38.25 

276.41 

62. 34 

331 62 

285.00 

72. 88 

594.77 

051.05 

670. 18 

319.50 

265. 69 

22.50 

285. 47 

4.25 

3.11 

118.27 

36.07 

165. 49 

102. 80 

52.00 

54.76 

10.99 

26.75 

17.24 

43.50 

24.16 

31.38 

71.00 

239. 00 

27. 27 

446. 03 

74.30 

20.00 

34.00 

6.30 

49.39 

61.95 



1124. 70 327. 53 282. 85 208. 35 7, 922. 



98 



N. G. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



JSEUSf:-ATLANTIC. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


09 

s 

a 
03 


1 
<u 

? a 
~ ^ 

o 


-• a 

OfQ 


00 

a 



a: 

a 


is 


n 
d5 


0) 

C 

a 

.a 




c 
-3.2 

si 

a 3 

"•a 

s 


CO 

1 

< 


So 
f.2 


1 


Atlantic 


W. O. Biggs 


1 
7 

i 


37 
51 
18 
60 
114 
50 
34 
3'.^ 


52 

83 

"36 
150 
34 


S6.00 


S3. 00 
10.00 
3.00 


S2.00 SI. 00 

11.10 10.00 

6.00 1.50 


12.00 
2.50 
1.00 


"iUoo 


814.00 


Ay den 

Bayboro 


T. H.Kii.g 

N. P. .'-tailings 


35.00 
6.00 
6.00 

10.00 


?5.00 
3.00 


74.60 
20.50 
6.00 






6.00 


5.00 


25.86 .'5-00 






51.86 


Pupprnun in 


J. F. Murray 


2 


5.00 


2.00 


2.00 








9.00 


































Cove . — 


W.G.King.. 


1 


20 




3.00 

13.90 
2.50 


2.50 
9.25 
1.50 


""Too 

2.00 


2.00_ 








7.50 






123 111 


5.23 
8.50 




32.38 


Davis' Grove 


N. H. Shepherd 


3 


22 
8 
2t) 


.... 


1.00 


1.00 




12.60 








43 










:::::::::: 




Enon Chapel 

Falling Creek 

Fort Barnwell 


WO. Biggs 

T.J.Hood — 

W.G.King 


ll 

12 

1 

24 


106 .._. 
lo5l 134 

86 108 

lb 91 
413 229 

SOj 113 
115 110 

13 


35.00! 5.00 
15.00J 4.00 
42.75 20.00 

8. 76; 2. 00 

200.00131.25 

18.00, 11.50 

3. 00 2. 00 


5.00 
5 00 
78.50 
3.00 
221.45 
17.00 
2.00 


10.00 1.00 
13.00 1.50 
13. 75 2. 50 
8.00 2.00 
158.80 35.00 

13. 00 

5.00 1.00 
1 


3.00 
3.00 
5.00 
1.00 

15.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.50 

2.00 

1.00 

20.00 

"i."66 


54.00 
44.00 
104.50 


Fremont 

GOLDSBORO, 1st 


N. H.Snepherd 

Geo.T. VVatkius 

T H Kin" 


17.00 

781. 50 

60 50 


Bryan St- 
Hobucken ij 


T J Hoi>d _ - 


22 


15.00 




2.85 
250. 00 




2.85 


H.W. Battle 


31 


325 
53 


332 
51 
76 
93 
25 

236 
48 
16 
38 

269 
35 

"30 
51 
34 

42 
82 
63 


133.15 


293.46 


220. 67 






20.00 


917.28 
















T J Hood 






1.50 
5.75 
9.50 
110.00 
2.60 










1.50 


.50 


3.50 


Marsha 11 berg 

Ma.\ sviile 

MoREHEAD City.. 


Ira WUhart 

\V. L. Bilbro 

T. B. Davis 


2 
6 
2 


17 
44 

216 
11 
13 
46 

362 
50 
26 
85 

129 
70 
28 
65 
52 






1.34 

4.23 

123.72 

5.00 




7.09 


5 50 
40.00 


7.60 

35.00 

1.50 


"i5r66 


1.50 
6.00 


"§."66 


27.83 

337.72 

9.00 












Mount NelsoQ 


N.H. Shepherd 


6 
2.5 

"~2 
11 
9 

6 
„_- 


4.05 2.00 
339.75190.33 


3.00 
217.15 


2.55 1.00 
400.00 15.00 

i 


1.28 
25.00 


'18725 

"i.'oo 


13.83 
1. 205. 48 






25.00 
15.00 
6.00 




25.00 


Oriental 

Plney Grove 

Piney Grove 

Pollocksville 


N. P.Stallings 

W L Bilbro 


"X66 


4.00 
3.00 
3.00 
16. 60 
2.50 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 


3.00! 1.00 

! 1.00 

2.00 

25.00 2.00 
10. 00 2. 00 
12. 00 3. 00 
5.00: 1.00 
8.3o 2.50 


2.00 


26.00 
13.00 


W.O. Biggs. 

W. L. Bilbro 


5.00, 2.00 
29.38 8.50 
12.60 3.50 
20.25 3.95 
lo.OO r..oo 


2.00 

"zoo 

3.00 
2.60 
3.00 


'"2"66 

.50 
1.00 

--i:66 


14 00 

8:1.38 


Sandy Biatom 

Seven Springs 


W.P.Campbell 

W.P.Campoell 


33.10 

49.20 
33.50 


Snow HiU 

Spriii" Hill 


N.H. Shepherd 


5 


38! 68 
20i 40 
18 31 
73 132 


10.00 

.7o 

8.00 


4.00 


33.85 


Spring Garden 


W G King 






1.00 

5.00 

46.00 

1.00 


1 


:::::: 1::::: 


9. 00 


W O Biggs 




25.00 5.00 

36.55 34.30 

7.50, 2.00 


12.60 1.66 

102.00 5.00 

5.00 


1.00 
6.00 

.50 


"5r66 


49.00 


Tabernacle 


J. W.Haiu 

W.L. Bilbro 


21 


98 
21 
25 


125 
60 


234.85 
16.00 


Truitt 








Union 

Vandemere 


W.P.Campbell 

N. P.Stallings 


1 
1 


45 61 
34 34 
32 47 
132 128 
2.3, 49 
37 49 
26| 59 
38,.... 

39193783 


16.00 2.50 
6.00 1.00 


5.50 
2.00 


6.00 • 2.00 
3.00 1.00 


3.00 
2.00 


1.00 

1.00 


36.00 
16.00 


Wiiiterville 


T.H.King 

W. B.Avery 

W. B. Avery 

T J Hood 


6 

8 
1 

7 
6 

303 


120.00 
2.52 
15. (X) 
5.00 
5.00 


31.57 


42.50 


50.00 10.00 
2. 00: _ 


8.00 
1.00 
2.50 


6.00 

"i."52 


268.07 
5. 52 


Carolina City 

Hopewell 

North East 


2.50 


2.50 


6.00 

2.50 
2.00 





29. 02 
7.50 


J.B.Olive — - 


1.00 


1.00 




1.00 


94.27 

1 


10.00 








1 






1,631.41685.90 


1,006.56 


1,406.60 235.00 


110.38 


4,019.47 



















ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTWki. 



99 







NEW FOUND. 














't 


Churches. 


Pastors. 


Baptisms 

Church 
Membership 


8a 


a 

o 

03 


a 


OJ CO 

is 


a 




El, 


bo 

CO 

a 

S3 

a 
i~t 




a 


CO -Q 

i 


2 

be 

< 


C to 

<= a 
w 


"a 

i 

Eh 


Anderson's Branch 


P. T. MiFee 


8 


27 
31 
48 
119 
47 
78 
87 
61 
5S 














1 


















,: 


Bear Creek 


T. J. Graham 

P. T. McFee 


"42 














1 


'ii' 












ITS. 26 
1.60 
2.00 




1 


$5.26 


Bear Wallow 


L. P. Hall 
















1.60 


Beulah 


L. P. Hall 


13 
















2.00 


Cancy Fork 

Corinth _ . 


P. T. M.-Fee 


















W. r. Me Fall 

B. B. Pieinmous 

P T. McFee 


3 

'~5 
4 
4 

1 










4.15 
2.07 
9.33 








4. 15 . 


















2.07 ' 


Flats of .Sp'g. Creek 


155 
101 

46 
57 
52 
25 
142 




sn.oo 












26.33 ■ 


C. C Clubb . 












Hot Springs 

Jones' Valley 

Laurel Fork _ 


R H. Hipps 


















.'' 


a B. Piemmons 

J M. Wild . . 










2.45 








2- 45. •J 
















Liberty 

Lnsk Chapel 

Meadow Fork 

Mount Pleasant 


E. K. Tread way 


















,',_-' 


E. R. Tread way 

B B Piemmons 

B B. Piemmons 

C E. Jervis 


15 
14 

4 
1 




93.0 

.61 

LOO 






5.00 




SL 25 


15.55 


\-\ 


$0.45 


SO. 65 


5.74 
2.00 
5 00 


— 




$1.00 


8.45 ■ 
3. 00 ■ 




102 
200 
67 
74 
15 
55 
12b 






17.00 








22 00 


N. F. Big Pine 

Paynes' Chapel 

Piney Grove 

Round Hill 


R. H Hipps 


















T. J. Graham 

L. J Bailey 


2 






























1 






L P.Hall 


1 






















C. E Jervis 




















Turkey Creek 

Zion Hill 


C. E. Jervis 


1 
3 


1 


1.00 
1.00 






3.75 
2.00 








4.75 


C. C. Clubb 


75 












3.00 ■ 


















Totals 


121 


1911 * 


29. 91 . 45 


17.65 


50.35 




1.25 1.00 


100, 61 








Approxima 


tion from Sunday Sch 


ool report 1, 
PEE 1 


000. Many g 
)EE. 


ood sch 


Dols reported. 


No data. 




Ansonville 

Brown Creek- . - 


G. O. Wilhoit 

T. P Little 




4" 

9)! 

6-. 
Ill 
15c 


25 
50 
80 
56 
50 
)i 47 


9 39I 
34;4O:'l2r60 

8. 50; 2. 00 

9.00 1.00 
10.75 7.00 
11.00 2.50 
32.45 24. 3C 
49 30 15.7c 
21.22 13. 7f 

2.50 2.7c 
23.50 6.2c 
13.50 2.0c 
11.50 12 5( 
22.30 2.0( 

3.00 1.0( 
11.75 3.2. 
17.00 3.2. 
58.05 20. 0( 

9.00 4.0( 


1 7.50 
, 15.00 

1 2.50 

; 3.00 
15. 00 

6.16 
, 27.40 
37. 50 
22. 50 
) 2.75 
) 8.00 
) 3.75 
) 18.50 
) 4.75 
) 1.00 
) 10.00 
), 7.50 
) 40.00 
) 5.00 
I] 7. 5C 
I. 10. OC 
) 3.00 
) 7.5C 
3 75. OC 
1.50 

2 190.00 


8.00 

7.12 

5.0G 

11.00 

12. 00 

8 00 

25. 7.5 

60. OC 

20.74 

1.5C 

8.0C 

5.0c 

7.0c 

U.4c 

3.5f 

8.0( 

8.1c 

30. 0( 

7.0( 

7.5( 

8 1' 


$2.00 
3.00 
1.00 

"2"ob 

1.00 

4.00 

5.00 
2.1c 



2.0c 
l.OC 




2.00' 

4.0 1 

1.00 

1.00 

4.00 

1.50, 1.94 

2.00 

5.00 

3 80 

1.75 

1.00 

2.00 

2.00 


19.5 

41 72 


Cartledge's Creek . 


P H. Purnell 

C. U. Martirj 


2 


20.00 
27 00 


Deep Creek 

Gum Springs 

Hamlet 


G. 0. Wilhoit 

J. L. Shiiin. ._ . 


6 
4 
9 
4 
29 


50. 75 
32. 10 


A. M. Burleson 

J. R. Williams 


80 91 
69 71 

163 100 
25 ..„ 
73 56 

103 60 
60 59 
67 63 
48 35 
S7 Fi\ 


115 90 


Laukinburg 

Lilesville 


172.55, 
84 11 


Mineral Springs „_ 


C. H. Martin 

J. L. Shinn 


11.25 
25.25 


Mt. Beulah. 




13 

8 


27 25 


Polkton 


J. L. Shinn 


51 50 


Pleasant Grove, R. 


P. H. Purnell 


43 48- 


Pleasant Grove, A. 








"loc 

) l.OC 
) 5.0C 
) l.OC 

) 

t 


1.611 

) 1.00 

) 2. 00 

) 5. 00 

) 1.00, .6 

2.00 

2. 00 

1.00 

) 2. 50 

) 7. 501 


10 16 


Peach land 


R. D. Redfern 

G. 0. Wilhoit 

Jiisiah Crudup 

A. C. Davis. 


c 


35 00 


Red Hill 

Rockingham 

Rocky Mt.. 


5 118 45 
.._. 232 162 
l! 80 35 
9 02 57 
4 65 40 
10 112 2S 
1 117 107 
4 117 75 


21.85 

158. 05' 

7 27. 67 


Rocky River 

Rotierdel 


R. D. Redfern 

P H. Purnell 

J W. Cobb 


6.1 
45.7 
17.5 


7 3.7 

3 6.3 
1 3.2 


26.89 
72 "'6 


Saron 


6. OOi 1 Of 


31 75 


Steele's Mills 

Spring Hill 


P. H. Purnell 

T. G. Wood 


22.00 7.5( 
145. 00 46. 9. 

4.50 

260. 00 104. 4i 
1 


10. 0( 
134.21 


)l l.OC 
) 15. 0( 


40. 50 
423.74 


Mill Vernon 


J. W. Cobb 


2 
41 


15 






6.00 


Wadesboro 

Hoffman H- _ 


T. W. Chambliss. 

J. H. Austin 


46 
3 


5 551 


90 OC 


30. OC 


15. 0( 


) 7.0. 


3 696. 47 












5 308. Of 


5 532.31 












Totals .. . 


166 2742 2009 


859.0 


506. r 


78. IC 


71. 6( 


3 9.6 


5 2 272 70 








1 


1 





100 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 



PIEDMOMT. 



Churches 


Pastors 


s 


n 
5 

J, c 


1- 
r. c 


s 
si 


a 


c'S, 




bo 

CB 

a 

c3 

.a 
ft 




c 
«.2 

11 


2 
1 

< 


h 

■S.2 

='i 


3 



Buchanan 


F. W. Shaw 




15! 34 


S5.00 
12.00 
2.24 
10. 00 
10.00 
48.70 

195.85 
84. 00 

100.00 
76.70 

155.23 
36.95 


81.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
4.00 
7.00 

202. 41 
83. 45 
82 65 
12.89 

216. 94 
6.70 


»2.25 
6.00 
1.00 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 

414.30 
110.00 
104. 06 
23.02 

310. 95 
32.86 


S2.00 

6.00 $1.00 

1.25 

2.00 1.00 
5. 00 1. 00 
6. 72 2. 00 

161.02 13.51 


1.00 
2.00 

"r66 
1.00 
3.00 

34.00 

12. 25 
10.00 


SI. 00 
1.00 
4.25 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

4.60 
3.85 
5.00 


812. 25 




G. W. Reed — 


15 


107 


86 
46 

"56 
181 

399 


30.00 


Cedar Falls 




7, 26 

—J 25 

7 31 

16 81 

38 538 


6.74 


Central Falls 


F. W.Shaw 

F.H.Jones 


19.00 
27.00 




C. C. Haymore 

J L.White 


73.42 


GREEN.SBORO 
FlKST 


1,025 69 


A.SHEBORO St.- 
FoRK^iT AVE 

Walnut St. 


W.F.Staley 

C.E. Maddry 

W.H. Strickland 

O. L. Powers 

J.R.Miller— .. . 


26 165 214 
89 251 2H2 

27 129 235 
1 

6 203 299 
19 ''90 160 


80.00 

150.00 

1.37 

287.88 
70.62 


12. 10 
22.80 


3>5. 65 
474.51 
113.98 


High Point 

First 






5.00 
2.14 


967. 00 


Green St. 






149. 27 








29 35 
4f. 62 
96 115 
62 94 
54 50 
















""i6."o6 

"'" lO.'OO 
16.00 
99.43 


"I2r66 

"6.00 

6.00 

71.22 


""is.ls 

7;'6o 

20.00 
179. 05 


"~i2.l7 






"Too 

"2^60 
5.00 
5.00 




Mnore'.s Chapel 


T. C. Keaton 


1 


1.66! 2.60 


52.72 


Pleasant (jrove 






25 66 2. 06 2. 66 


54.00 


Rainseur 

Reirisville 

Ruffln 


J. B. Richardson 

William Hedley 


~"9 


144 
293 
47 
15 
93 
24 
24 
60 
24 
145 
20 
40 


224 
110 
50 
45 
45 
44 
24 
40 
)10 
451 
8S 
96 

46 
80 
100 

3904 


66.36 5.00 

84.00 20.00 

1 


5.00 
15.00 


123.36 
473. 70 


Sandy Creek 


W. W. White 

Henry Sheets 


4 


2.00 
20.00 
8.00 


i.66 

5.00 
3.00 


1.00 
10.00 
5 00 


2.00 1.00 
6. 00 3. 00 


1.00 
3.00 


1.00 


9.00 
47. 00 


Worthville 







5.00 




21.00 














J M. Trogden 




5.66 
4.00 
65.00 
2.00 
1.00 


:::::: 








5.00 


Revolution 

White Oak 

Mechanii'sville^ 

White's Memorial ^ 
Branch s. S. 

East Side Reids 


J. M. Trngden 

W.H.Eller 

Thomas Carrick 

T.C. Keaton 

ville 


7 
24 
4 

12 


2.00 
4.55 


6.50 


f.2.5 

4.00 2.00 
2.00 


"2r66 

"L47 


"ir66 


13.75 

78.55 
4.00 




1.00 


1.00 


2.47 




6.94 


F^inishing Mi'l, 


















































311 


3077 


879.60 














Total 


733.61 


1,259.32 


975. 30 


86.41 


95.72 


46.80 


4, 173. 53 









PILOT MOUNTAIN. 



Ayersville 

Becks .. 

Beaver Island. 
Bethel 



J. B. JohnRon . 
R W. Crews... 
J. A. Joyce . 
J. A. J-'yce. 



Brim's Grove J T. Smith. 



24 



C. W Glidewell. 



C. C. Haymore . 
A. L. Belts 



Browii Mountain.. 

Comer's Chapel 

Clernnioiisville. 

Dan Valley 

Deep Springs A. L. Betis 

Kllisboro W. H. Wil.son.. 

Flat Rock C. C. Haymore. 

Friendship W.H. Wilson.. 

German ton '■ 

Good Will R. W. Crews 

C. C. Arrington 

A. L. Betis 

K. D. Haymore. 



' 61' 
50 
&5 
59 
15.5 
73 
49 



122 102 

87 46 



Indian Grove 

Kerners ville 

King — 

Leu ksville 

I>KWi.s ville 

Mt. Airy 

Mt. Hermou 

Mt. Olivet 

Mt. Tabor 

Madison 



4 31 79 

4 61 33 

30 144 135 

11 2.50 78 

I 64 34 

...I 81 



78 191 
90 76 
127 



T. C. Myers. 



B. V. Ferguson. 

J. T Smith 

R. W. Crews ... 
W. H. Wilson.. 



10 
5 
I 41 

25 2.56 392 

... 64 46 

10 284 216 

11 53 54 

20 327 84 
i 54 135 

21 00 66 



135I 






1.10 
2.87 
1.30 

- 1- 


1 




2.45 


12.00 


4.45 




19.32 


11. Oo 


„ . 




1.30 2.50 




16.10 


3. 00 






3.00 


8.02 


2.28 


2.28 


9.60. 

J 






22. 18 


7.00. 






7.00 


1 




i 1 






25 00 




7.37 
6.50 
1.10 
5.00 
4.00 
54.30 


14.00 
6.39 
7.00 
5.10 


5.00 




51.87 


10 00 


4.. 30 
1.35 
4.25 


2. 50 




29 69 


10 00 


1.50 




20.95 


10.00 






24.35 


8 50. 






12.50 


38 26 




14.66 


5.00 




111.55 


1. 








11 65 





"" r2.5 

6 82 

2.&5 

120. 46 

5.00 

13.85 

3.00 

5.15 

1 

26. 16 


1.50 

""32." 66 " 
3. 45 . 

87.80. 
0.50 

56. 98 . 

15.30. 
5.65 
3.91i 

25.35 


5.00 




18.15 


2.00. 


1 

"5. 66 IIIIIl 




3.25 


.'>7 00 


2.56 

61.1.5 
1.00 

17.14 

3 .30 

5.75 

1 

rrio 


104.04 


5 50 






11.80 


146 40 1 


1 




456. 11 


10.00 
42 00 


5.00 




.30.50 
129.97 


3 75 


1 




25.35 


25 00 


5 35 




46.90 


6 00 






9.91 


27.00 


5.00 





89.55 



ASSOCIATIOyAL STATISTICS. 



101 



PILOT MOUNTAIN— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


Baptisms 

Church 
Membership 


= 

m 
fi(i 


a 
o 


o 


a 
C.S 

O — 


« 

5 

Xi 

p. 
o 


a 
■35 

'11 

to 3 


Aged 

Ministers 

Sun. School 
Missions 


3 

o 
H 


Mayodan 


T. Keaton 

J T K,usk 


7 HI 
7 84 


«27.00 

1.00 SI 00 


$2.25 


843 91 

1.68 
4.00 






$73. 16 






3.68 




T. C Myers 


6 63 72 


3.50 






i 


7.50 


Oak Level 


R. W. Crews 


8 54 
3 60 

1 48 


81 
57 
64 
44 


_ 


3.50 


2.00 
5.00 






5.50 


Oak Rido'e 


9. 50 - 






14.50 






"'"'o.OO 
1.00 
7.00 












P Oliver 


5 46 
-1 14 






1.00 
1.50 






6.00 










$2.00 




2.50 




R. D. Hay more 


142 

60 


144 

46 

m 










9.00 




i .5.00 




2.70 






7.75 


Red Bank 




87 


1 












F H Jones 


2 117 

58 353 

-i 76 


77 

485 

73 

54 

132 

61 

85 

74 

228 

77 

83 

878 

367 

129 

6033 


16.00 7.00 
50.00 27.40 
15.00 4.49 
2.00—. 
15.75 6.31 
44.00 3.15 
_ J 


14.50 
29.90 
20.00 

sfso 

4.14 


14.15 4.25 
31 21i 10.00 
10.00, 5.00 

15.95' '"^70 
20.041 1.92 






55.90 


Spray 

Shiloh 


S. J. Beeker 

VV. H. Wilson 







148 51 
54.49 


Sulphur Springs __. 


J. VV. Simmons 

T. C. Kealou 

A. L. Betts 


6 54 

2 12S 

12 73 

57 






2.00 
46.51 


Stoneville 

Union Hill 






73.25 




W. H. Wilson 

A. L. Bets 

W. H. Wilson 

J. T. Smith 

H A. Brown 

G. T. Lumpkin 

C. C. Arrington 


5 77 

5 161 
43 

3 126 
21 677 
16 281 

9 37 

356 6.599 


1.5.00 

4.00 13.82 
6.00 

12 00 8. 23 
212.42 71.63 

10.00 23.95 


5.00 
32.65 

2.50 

10. 00 

740. OO 

76. IS 


8.11 
89.41 

8.0G 

10. OG 

377. 23 

306.47 

j L25 






28.11 


Waught^'wn 


io.79 
; 1.23 






150. 67 
17 75 


We'sttlfid 




_ 


40. 23 


WlN.'iToN, F'IRST .. 


27.00 
1 5.00 







1458.30 
411.57 


Banner TowuH 


1 




1.25 


966. 5J 


1 




1 " ! 






Total 


327. 48 

1 


1205. 72 


1257. 12 H6. 21 


1 


3861.11 






1 


1 







RALEIGH. 



Apfx 

Belhlehem 

Carai^eigh 

Cannon Grove 

Cary 

Collins Grove .' 

Ephesus 

Fayetteville St 
Fuquay Springs ._. 

Garner 

Green Level 

Good Hope 

Hepzibah 

Holly Springs 

In wood 

Knight's Chapel— 

L"es vi 1 le 

McCuller.s 

Morrisville 

Mt. Hermon 

Mount Olivet 

Mount Zion 

Pilot 

Pleasant Grove 

Reedy Creek 

Salem 

Shady Grove 

Swift ('reek 

S'lrrell's Grove 

Tabernacle 

Wakefield 

Total 



L. M. Hobbs 

C. H. Norris 

S.C. Hi Ilia rd 

J. H. Hutchinson. 

W.R. Beach 

J.L. .VI art in 

J. L. Martin 



J. L. .Martin 

J. D. Bowen 

W.S.Olive 

J. D. Bnwen 

A. A. Pippin 

J. A. Campbell ._. 

K. W. Hoaran 

R. S Stephenson. 

W. R. Beach 

E. D. Poe 



W.R. Beach 

S.C Hilliard 

W. R. Beach 

W. L. Kyle 

J. H. Booth 

Worley Creech 

R. S. Stephenson ._ 

L. M. Hobbs 

<". H. Norris 

R.E. Atkins 

.\. J. Moncrief 

W.R. Beach 



179 149 

67 94 

154 173 

36 . I 

159 164 

110 117 

58 101 

278 213 

103 7s: 

66 60 

239 246 

123 122I 

244 115[ 

195 118, 

104 83 
98 195 
94 81 



57.38 



5.00 
2.10 
80.00 
8.50 
5.30 
54. 60 
15.30 
8.11 
60.00 
16.45 
27.51 
71.8(1 
17.00 
10.00 



120. 17 
3.90 
,'!. 00 
2 00 

42. 95 
6.00 
4.70 
3.80 
8 06 
4.34 

50. (16 

10. 20' 

5.00 
40.00 
10 00 

■5.00 



315 



27 90 

156 97 I 
119 65 

80 52 

60 39 j 

62 166' 

57 20: 

76 5l| 

210 126 

80 .571 

142 76 

50 4l| 
1000 1280 

157 131 

4583 4432 



25.50 21.40 
1.00, 1.00 



29.00, 
18. 31 1 

5.00 
13. 75 
4.50 
4.50 
2.00 



27.60 
7.00 
5 00 
7.21 
2.96 
3.50 
2.00 



1.5.00 is. 00 
18 99 25.40 
10. KO 10.53 
2.00 2.00 
275. 00 400. 00 
15.00 10.00 




879. 20 862. 78 1, 170. 95 1, 307. 69,179. 00 128. 94 



10-2 



X. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTIOX. 



ROANOKE. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


to 

E 

Oi 

a. 




a 
= S 
r.J 

X 


S 

is 

3D 


a 
o 

eg 


Foreign 
Missions 


CO 

5 
.a 
a 

o 


a 

a 3 ' 
eg ' 

i"" i 


K 

-c'a 
< 


Is 


3 

Eh 


Arlinylon Street 

Aurora. . 


W.G.Hall 

T.J. RKgland 

C.C.Williams 


13 
2 


63 
27 
46 
44 

129 
58 
52 

124 
60 


133 
57 
40 
24 
84 
47 
56 
46 
17 


$18. 49 
8.00 
16. 92 
12.50 


$2.00 
'"l52 


82.00 
785 


$20.60 
2.75 
1.50 








843.15 
10.75 


BMitlpboro . 






20.79 


Bethel 


E. C. Andrews 


6 






12.50 


Cedar Brancli _ . . 


:::::::: 










Conoconary 

Concbo 

Daws<m's 

Engles _. 


D. E. Vipperman 

T.J.Crisp 

D. E. Vipperman 

A.I. Caudle 


12 
11 

2 
18 

6 


17.00 
3.00 
32.00 
18.55 
11.21 
45.00 
5 00 
10.25 
10.00 
27.50 
26.60 


2.06 

"2.00 
4.00 


2.44 

2 J. 5 
4.25 
1.95 


6.95 
3 00 
6.68 
8.00 
8.25 


J3.86 


Ilio 


32.31 
6.00 
42.83 
36 90 


Ebeufzer . 


J. L. Rogers . 


35| 46 
90 111 
171 .56 






21 41 


JStm City. .. 


J.M. Bennett 

J. E. Hdcutt 


45.00 


Elm Grove . 












5.00 


Enfield 


C.G.Lowe ... 


21 118 100 
10 BO 45 


6.08 
2.00 

"i.'so 


20.75 
1.50 
1.30 
1.00 

32.45 
2.00 


36.72 


82.76 






76.56 


Everett's .. 


E C.Andrews 

J.L. Rogers . 






13.50 


Fi.'ihing Creek 


6 89 
5i 39 
3l 194 


41 
18 

259 
25 
52 

134 
35 
60 


5.93 
40.85 
24.45 

1.68 








34 73 


Geihsetnane 


J. L. Rogers .. _ . 








70 25 


Greenville. 










56 90 


Halifax . 


A.G.Wilcox 




14 


11.25 
15.00 
26.50 
4.94 
13.37 


3.06 


17 99 


Hamilton ... 






42 
82 
19 
105 
29 








15.00 


Hickory 

Hobgood 


G. W. May 


5 


L50 
4.27 


5.75 
4.59 


11.65 


2.00 
1.00 


2.00 
L51 


"L53 


49 40 


A.I. Caudle 


17 84 


Mnrf-doiiia . 


J. E. Hocutt 

T.J.Crisp 

J. M.Bennettlll"™ 
W.G. Hall 


4 
4 

"26 
11 


13. 37 


Mildred 


10.00 

25.00 

IG.iX) 

250. 00 






3.00 

"""5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

2.25 

3.00 








13 00 


Nashville 

New H"pe 

North Rocky Mount 
Oak Level 


48! 92 
102, 49 
170 211 


"2r.55 
12.5 on 


5.'6o 

100.00 
2.00 





"2"50 


E: 


2.5.00 
31.90 
485.00 


J. L. Rogers 


9 63 122 
3 241 46 

2, 18' 

1 9, 

3' 176 96 
10 9fi! 9& 


18.50 2.00 


27. .50 


Orefjon 


T.J. Ragland 

E B.Walts 


2.55 
3.00 
5.00 











4.80 


Pactolus 






6.00 


Piney Grove. . 


T.J.Crisp 








5.00 


Pleasant Grove 


J. E. Hocutt 


12 20 

r.oo 

39.39 
1.40 














12 20 


Plvmnuth— 


E. C. Andrews 

C. G. Lowe 


1.00 
4.00 


LOO 
4.96 


1.00 
2.86 


~.3"43 






20 00 


Red Oak 




120 135 
15... 
3-2 99 


54.64 


Riddirk's Grove _ 


G.J.Dowell 




5.00J 






6 40 


Robersotiville 


E. 1 '. A ndrews 

I. M. Mercer 

R. A. McFarland 

E. B. Walts . 


5 


10.00 







10.00 


Rocky Mount 

Scotland Neck „ 
Sharpsburg 


25 396' .575 

21 396 391 

13 28 59 

2 80 30 

8 80 133 
2 27 60 

14' 178 91 
2 101 86 

9 30L... 

7 1.32' 157 
16 143 92 

2 23 37 

8 12(; 142 


253. 75 90. 10 

9.50 00175.00 

21.00 2.00 


116.14 
180.00 
2.00 
10.00 
3.00 
2.50 
54.55 


60.001 17.76 

600.00 60. 00 

3.50 1.00 

44.48 

1.22 


12.75 

50.00 

1.00 

1.22 


"2."50 
"1:24 


559.50 

2,015.(0 

33 00 


Speed- . 


A. I. Caudle 


54.48 


Spring Hope.. 


W.C.Nowell 

G. VV. May ._ 




6.68 


Stan hope ^ 


2 a5 - 82 


1.35 
6.20 




6 72 


Stoney Creek 

Takboro 


T. L. Vernon 

G.P. Harrill 


91.50 
13.05 
9.00 
57.00 
175.00 


15.05 


3.50 


1.50 


L68 


173.98 
13.05 


Tillery 

Washington 

Weldon 


D. E. Vipperman 

J.A.Su livan 

H.A.Willis 


2. .50 
9.26 
35. 00 


2.50 

21.87 

100.00 

1.96 

13.00 


1 8.08! 

19.10 l.OOJ 100 
100.02 30.00 2.5-00 


"irbo 


22.08 
113.23 
465. 02 


Whiiakers .. . 


J.L.Rogers 


15.03 4.50 
50.34 13.00 


1.30 

i 2.00 

1 




22.79 


Williamston 


(^.J. Dowell 

J.T.Jenkins 


78.34 


Wilson . 


20 367 


9 HI 












1 ( 






Total 


339 4589 4494 


2,395.75 564.45 


702.77 


1,057.38 134. 8.510.'?. 34 12.05 


4,907.45 

























ROBESON. 



Antloch 

Ashpole 

Back Swamp 

Bear Swamp 

Berea 

Bethany 

Bculah 

Big Branch 

Bloom ingdale 

Cedar tirove 

Centerville 

Clybonville 



J.M. Fleming 

J. B. .lackson 

J B.Jackson 

J.I. Allen 

J. M. Fleming 

K. A. Prevatt 

.1. M. F'leming 

1. P. Hedgpeth 

R. A. Hedgpeih .. 

C.R.Hester 

E.A. Paul 

R.A.Hedgpeth .. 



' 249 62 
36S 241' 
191 135 
341 

23 

23 

71 
277 
118 

31 

lis 

64 



41| 
18' 
45' 
176 
132 
43. 

103' 



15.23' 9.33 

22.5.00160.00 

91. 5:^ 4.5.04 

108.60 49.-5.5 

19.35 16.95 

1.25 1.25 

6.22 .5.17 

100.00 81.. 52 

35. 00 8. 89 



15.00 

IfiO.OO 

52 45 

.55.42 

18.84 

1.25 

9.91 

130.67 

30.00 



I 

11 6:5 

79. 31 

.37.71i 

.52.71 

10.37! .75 

I.25I 

8. .57, 1.15 

70.76 56.31 

14.26 



2.0.51.-. 
lO.OOl 10.00 

8.20 2. 
13.00 12.00 
4.05 



40.00 16.25 
29.23 48. 74 1 



1.5.80 
10.36 



5. 39 
.5.00. 



4.45 



2.16 
12.80 



5.00 
2. 00 



.44 
'l2."61 



.5.3.26 
649.31 
234. 28 
291.28 

70. .31 
5.00 

33. 62 
4.52. 06 
100.76 



81.89 
93. 31 



AS80CIATI0NAL STATISTICS. 



103 



ROBESON— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


s 


g. 

t 

<v 

o 


5 
.c — 

32 


State 
Missions 


00 

G 
O 


CO 

a 
a 2 


be 

a 

X3 

o. 

u 


a 
"3.2 


Aged 
Ministers 

Sun.Si'hool 
Missions 


s 

o 

H 


East Lumberton-__ 

Ephesns 

Fair Bluff. 

Hebron 

Hog Swamp 

Lumber Bridge,, 

Long Branch 

Lumberton 

Maxton 

Mt. Elim 

Mt. Moriah 


J.M.Fleming 

J.W.Cobb 

S. B. Wilson 

U. B. Humphrey 

R. A. Hedgpeth 

E.J. Harrell 

I. P. Hedgpeth 

C.H.Durham 

S. L. Morgan 

M. A. Stephens 

R. N.Casbwell 


17 

28 

2 

4 

4 

23 

14 

9 

24 

22 


126 

125 

143 

53 

149 

244 

217 

290 

112 

270 

51 

125 

90 

59 

93 

135 

57 

120 

11 ^ 

51 

222 

64 

96 

120 

64 

73 

102 

72 

151 

79 

125 

28 

54 

39 

10=^ 


251 
108 
97 
00 
100 
136 
179 
330 

;os 

103 
71 
55 
05 
52 
43 

151 
34 

"57 
55 
98 

126 
86 
63 
24 
54 

127 
70 
97 

132 
90 
15 
44 
30 
45 

4637 


82. 36 
4.21 

25. 83 
4.00 

16.53 
100 00 

23.48 
335.84 

82. 45 

67.90 
4.00 
9.00 
6.32 

2.5.00 


S61.74 

4.48 

9.54 

1.00 

10.00 

42. 42 

30. 95 

303 08 

50.00 

13.96 

4.29 

.86 

5.00 

"7r.55 


852.20 

4.95 

34.. 57 

7.01 

10.00 

200.00 

35.43 

418.81 

110. 15 
42.00 

4.00 

10.00 

2.00 

1.57 

25.00 

50.43 

2.50 

3.12 

2.00 

18.76 

42.92 

15 24 

13.09 

149. 16 
13.11 

5.00 
76.09 

5.42 
37.06 
10.00 

5.71 


133. 91 

"'i8."25 
.85 
18.77 
50.34 
31.08 
1021.92 
35. 76 
72. 21 


«0.64 
2.26 
6.65 

"'r62 

9.55 

7.25 

25. 00 

20.00 


11.86818.50 

1.471 

4. 18 

1.00 

2.00 

'2. 23 """ 

15.00 32.48 

16.80 5.50 

6.36 


»171.21 

17.37 

99. 02 

13. 86 

58.92 

402.31 

130.42 

2152. 13 

320. 66 

202. 43 

12.29 




W.S.Ballard 

W.W.Willis 


.... 


5.11 

20.80 








24.97 


Oh Iv dale 






2.86 


36. 98 




R. N. Cashwell 

K. Barnes _ 


7 






1.57 


Onkton _ . — 


15.36 

35 24 

4.15 

5.00 

1.50 

7.26 

40.34 

64.47 

13.08 

45.50 








72.91 


Parkton 


W.S. Ballard 

FA. Prevatt 

W.W.Willis 


3 

2 


45.00 14.. 55 
8. 00. 8. 00 


"3^00 

'"i.'oo 

2.27 
7.11 

'2oroo 


2.75 


3.07 


151.04 
22.65 


Pleasant Grove .- . 


6.62 
10.00 
11.00 
52.61 
15. 67 
13. 09 
91.83 

1.89 
23. 25 
61.69 

1.36 
33.54 
69.05 
12.94 

"""8.'55 
3.00 
1.40 


3.00 
3.85 
8.86 
36.19 
9.12 
13.09 
78.39 

"2."76 
37. 35 
2.24 
20.23 
12.70 

"T.OO 
2.50 

1.82 


20.74 


Pleasant Hill 




11 
8 

25 
1 

12 


"loo 

2.76 
2.60 

"isroo 


'Too 

12.84 
2.44 

"573.5 


17.35 


Pleasant Hope 

Raft Swamp 


J. B Jackson 

J. M. Fleming 

D. B. Humphrey 

J. B. Jackson 


48.88 
189. 93 
106. 65 


Ra.vnham 

Red Springs 


52.35 
405. 23 


J. W. Cobb 


4 

3 
1 
6 
17 
11 
11 


15.00 


Rowland . 


W.S.Ballard — 

I. P. Hedgpeth 

J. M. P'leming 

R. A. Hedgpeth 

E.A.Paul 


5. 86 
25.00 

4.98 
38.00 
12.31 
21.08 


'12^00 
.62 

"s.'oo 

2.81 


"5."00 

.68 

4.00 


"hVo 


36.87 


Saddle Tree 

Singletary's X Rds. 

Spring Hill 

Smyrna 

Ten Mile 


217. 83 
15.30 
132. 83 
109. 06 


J.W.Cobb . 






42. 54 


Tolnrsville 










While Pond 


W.W.Willis 




1.02 
2.00 
6.65 










10.57 


Zion's Hill 

Zion's Tabernacle _ 


C.R.Hester 


7 
15 


2.00 
5.00 

1942. 11 




i.oo' 

'■'V--- 

130. 24 105. 79 


10.50 
16.06 






1 '" 
494 5959 




Total.. 


1883.05'225341 


1915.67 


217.69 


8447. 96 

























SANDY CREEK. 














Aberdeen . 


E. D.Poe - . .. . 




47 

30 
186 

90 
256 
108 

20 
193 

88 
108 
lOo 

30 

29 
140 

33 
274 

25 

24 
9 

48 
161 
100 
13S 
193 

99 

05 


42 

85 
88 
35 
76 
98 
25 
108 
01 
108 
119 
56 
36 
97 
22 
82 
52 
55 


i 
44.58 23.62 

2 00 

6. 00 4. 00 
10.39 11.40 
0.00, 5.00 
4.00; 1.00 
5. 00 2. 60 
13.02 5.30 
49.15 21.27 
37.35 25.00 
11.00} 5.53 

1.00 

5.00 5.00 
4. 00 2. 50 


25. 28 
1.00 
9.00 

11.53 
5.00 
2.50 
3.00 
8.30 

72.17 

54.42 
5.00 
2.00 
5.00 
9.17 
1.53 
8.00 
4.74 


38.80 

2.00 

13.05 

10.08 

9.00 

4.00 

2.60 

32. 50 

84.91 

01. 09 

24. 25 

1.50 

6 00 

10.89 

2.51 

10.00 

7.80 


3.69 

"i.'oo 

3.25 


1.96 
1.24 


2.05 


139.98 


Anti'Ch _ 


G. W. Harmon 

J.L.Smith -. - 


6 
13 


5.24 


Bear Creek 


.33. 05 


Bethany . 


J. R. Edwards 


2.72 


— 


55.37 


Bethlehem 


C. L. Dowell 

W. H.H. Lawhon..- 
W. M.Bostic 

K. W. Hogan 

C.L. Dowell ._ 


18 

2 
17 
6 
8 
1 


25.00 


Bf'Uiah 


1.00 
2 50 
3.20 
5.00 
5.00 






12.50 


Biscoe 

Brush Creek 

Cameron ... . 


5.00 
2.00 


"2^50 


15.60 

59 32 

236.50 


Carthage 

Cool Spring 

Deep River 

Eagle Springs 


C. L. Dowell 

W.H. H. Lawhon .__ 
G. W. Harman . 


190. 36 

47.78 
4.50 


W.H.H. Lawhon 

L. R. Dixon 





2.00 


— 




23.00 
26.56 


Ephesus 

Fall Creek 


J.M.Henley 

J.L.Smith 


5 


.74 
7.00 

5.85 


.82 
7.00 
2.85 


"loo 


.60 




3.20 
33.00 


Flat Springs 

Flint Hill 


J.B.Willis 


1 


21.24 


J. W.Hartsell 










Fork Creek ._ _. 






















Friendship 

Gum Springs .. 


C.L. Dowell. . 




"61 
82 
66 
80 
36 
15 


2.50 2.75 
8.00 8.00 
5. 00 3. 10 
44.05 22.01 
10.50 14.00 
12.36 8.00 
1.00 2.00 




2.50 
10.07 

5.10 
94.75 
35.00 

9.62 

1.00 


4.00 
11 11 
14.97 
33. 14 
25.00 
31.88 

2.45 


1.05 
7.00 

"§750 

"loo 






12.80 


R B. Lineberry 

L.R.Dixon 

F.D.King 


2 
7 
15 






44 18 


Hickory Mountain 
Jonesboro 


"Khs 
'I'm 


----- 


33.17 
193. 95 


Love's Creek 


R. H. Herring . 


99. 53 


May's Chapel 

Mechanics Hill 


L.R.Dixon 

H. M. Ingram 


1 


61.86 
8.45 



104 



-Y. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 



SANDY CREEK-Continued. 



Churches. 



Mineral Spring 

Moiin's Cbapel 

Ri>ck Springs 

Rofl^y Rivtr 

Sandy Branch 

Sandy Creek 

Sanford 

Siler City 

SOUTHKKN PlNES- 

Stanley 

Tyson's Creek 

Uiii"n Grove 

Mt. Olive 

Ml. Ple;.sant 

New Salem 

Pine Bluff 

Pine Grove 

Pitthboro 

Rives's Chapel 

Total 



Pastors. 



O. B. Mitchell 
J. W. Little .„, 
O. B. iMUihelL. 
R. H. Herring 
R. H. Herring 
G. VV. Harn.an 
J. R. Edwards. 
11. H.Herri 
John Lewis 
J. L. Sn.ith 
G. V\'. Harman 
J. L.Smith 
R. B. Lineberry 
J.W. Little 
R. B. Lii eberry 

S. .A.Ives 

J. G. VVilliams 
R. B. Lineberry 
L. R. Dixon 






a 
7- 

1^ 


< 


1g 

■35 


1 


00 
00 
00 


S3. 00 
11. .50 
1.00 
2.50 
4.00 







S5.5.30 
32. 50 
17.05 


00 
00 


83.00 




51 50 
53 25 


07i 






3.07 


00 11.00 






51G 00 


00 
■10 
50 
8G 
00 

00 
00 
04 
00 
86 
00 


.5.00 






210. 87 
61.40 


.25 


.25 io.25 

L. 


11.75 
41.19 


1 00 
5.30 




13.50 


2. 00 


105.43 
7.02 


1.50 


. 

L35 


15.92 
7.04 






5.00 


7.86 
.25 


3.00 
.50 




210.5:5 
24.75 



863.28 94.35 34.15 4.80 2,829.21 



SANDY RUN. 



Bethel 

Bt'thany 

Big Springs 

Cnne Creek 

Camp Creek 

Cherokee 

CiMK-ord 

Ciiflside 

Oiiroleen 

Fair View 

First Bread 

Floyd Creek 

Forest City 

Gre>u River 

Green Creek 

Henrietta 

High Shoal 

Holly Springs.. 

Lav.>nia 

Mt. Harmony.. 
Mt. Lebanon ... 

Mt. Olivet 

Mt. Plea.santC. 
Mt. ''leasant R. 

Mt Zion 

Prospect 

Sundv Run 

Shiloh 

Southern 

Sandy Level 

Walls 

Silver Creek 

Good t'reek H... 
Sandy Spring.. 



ToUil. 



B. M. Hamrick .._ 

T.C.Harris 

A.C. Irvin 

B. H. Hnrris.. 

A.,I. Brown 

B. M. bridgers 

A. C. Irvin 

C. W. Payseur 

J. M. Hamrick 

H. D. Harrill 

A. Hunt 

Z. Q.Hirrill 

.l.D. Adams 

r.C. Harris 

B P. Jackson 

J. M. Hamrick ... 
.1. M. Hamrick ... 

\V..I.P. Ezell 

A. .I.Brown 

T.J.M..SS 

VV E. Wilson 

H.D Harrill 

H.M. Bridgers 

C. VI. Teal 

Cicero t^ueen 

W. M.Gold 

Z.l). Harrill 

T.C.Harris 

W. E. Wilson 

G. W. Setileraire. 

Z. n. Harrill 

F. M. Freeman .__ 

CM. Teal 

R.J. Tate 



13 


226 


12fi 


2 


52 


30 


8 


196 


75 




74 






187 


88 




148 


100 




261 


71 


34 


185 


275 


24 


298 


484 




89 


(is 




214 


f,(^ 


10 


200 


80| 


10 


270 


'2.K\ 


3 


129 


56 


5 


139 


74 


10 


292 


381 


10 


405 


93 



10 172 

2 51 

10 1.54 

1 84 
... 92 

2 278 
3, 94 

— 30 

— 86 



67 

65' 

"66 
112 
83, 



17.00' 

1.00 

8.00, 

.50, 

1.00, 

7.00 

.^5. 00 

25. 00 

100.00 

2. 00 

.5.00 

10.00 

75.00 

5.00, 

"65.'67 
30.00 
2. .50 
1..50 
3. 00, 
5.00 
4.00 
14.00 
12.00, 



.57 



20 414 1S5 

19 270, 108 -. 
9 

5 43| 

10 289 
3, 73 

14 38 



86. 



3.00 
14.00 

"i.5.'6o 

1.00 

11 oo; 

1.50 



8 20 

1.00 

7.00 

.50 

1.00 

4.00 

lO.OOi 

20.50t 

80.00 

2.00J 

io.'oo! 

50.00 

l.OOl 

.75! 

70. 63' 

20 00 
3.00 
1..50 
2.00 
3.00 
4.00 

11.00 

10.00 

.50 

3.00 

10. 00 
3.95 

10.00 
..50 
6.00 
1.50 
1.00 
5.00 



9.6U 

1.00 

6.00 

..50. 

1.00 

4.6.5 

10. 00 

26.00 

100.00 

3.00 

5. no . 

10. 00 

75 00 

7 47 

3.00. 

93. 67 

30.00 

2.00 

1..50 

2.00 

2.00 

3.00 

13 00 

20.00 



64.05 
30.00 
2.00 
2.00 
3.00 
7.00 
3.00 
23. 00 
11.00 



3.00 
12. 00 

2.85 
10.00 

"Too 

1.50, 



5.00. 
21.. 50 

6. 97 . 
12 00. 

1.00. 

7.00 

1 .50. 

1.00. 

1.00. 



263 5603 3606 474. 67 365. 50 468. 74 

III II I 



3.00 



3.00 
.50 
1.00 
1 00 
3.00 



1.00 



3.00 

1.00 

i.ool 

5.00 

1.00 



10. 00 .. 
2. 00 -. 
1.00.- 
1.00- 
2. 00 - 
1.50- 
4. 00 - 
1.35- 

.5o;.- 



2.00,- 

..._ L. 

5.00- 

.50.- 

2.00— 



2.00. 



58.44 

4.00 

35.00 

2.00 

9.00 

23.55 

68.00 

106.50 

38:^ 00 

10. .50 

11.00 

51.50 

248.00 

16.47 

3 75 

291.02 

120.00 

11.50 

7.50 

11.00 

19.00 

15.50 

68.00 

54.35 

1.00 

14.00 

59.50 

13.77 

52.00 

3.00 

30.00 

6.00 

2.00 

8.00 



449.29 61.35, 1.00, 1818.85 



AS80CIATI0NAL STATISTICS. 



lor, 



SOUTH FORK— 1907. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


g 
a 

& 

CS 
03 


Church 

Memt)ership 
Sun. School 

Enrollment 


CO 

a 
o 

'J2 




a. 2 

u 


o 

ho 

CS 

a 

CS 

.a 
a. 

O 


a 
•3.2 

li 

an 3 

.Eh 


a; 

is 

< 


•3.2 

02 




Alexis 


W. B.McClure 

P. W. Bangle 

P. H.Periiell. 


6 
3 
12 
4 
17 
19 


64 67 
19 52 
93 72 
19 87 
90 56 
28 -— 
69 47 
18 .— 
85 64 

41 37 
82 53 

248 188 
17 46 

289 323 
68 88 

262 167 

168 77 
68 72 
12 60 

65 19 
128 74 
142 ..- 
139 171 

42 — . 
100 214 

31 1 92 
125 73 
214 240 
197 188 
96 64 
90 102 
243 130 
71 73 
235 47 
117 140 
191 210 
44 70 
26- - 


S5.00 
6.50 

16.00 
1.00 

17.00 
1.30 


»1.00 

"1^00 
.50 


S6.00 

""5.'00 
.50 


13.00 


- 


81. 00 

1 


$15.00 
6.50 


Belmont 


42.90 82.001 3.00 SI. 00 


73.90 


Ben la h 


L. A. Bangle . 


1.00 
3.25 


1 


3.00 


Beihel 


C. A.CIaldwell 

C. M. Robinson 

VA B. McClure 


1 


20. 25 


Brookford T] 






i.oo 




2.30 














Cedar Grove 

Corinth 


R.D.Carroll 

C. A. ( aldwell 

C M. Robinson 

J. L. Vipperman 

J. L. Vipperraan 

J. M.Ba'lanl 

W. H. Reddish 

L. A. Bangle 

J.D. H>.rie 

W. B. McCIure 

J A Hoyle 


2 

18 
4 

"'io 

"32 
13 
5 
2 
5 
5 
3 
8 
6 
12 
14 
9 


5.00 
7.00 
10.00 
60.00 
30.00 
6. CO 
320.82 






1.50 
1.00 






6.50 


2.00 
1.70 

"Too 


2.00 

1.12 

118. .50 

150. 14 

1.00 

1358. 55 

1.50 

185.82 

7.77 

9.20 

5.00 

3.00 

19.11 

3.00 

7.00 




.50 

.60 


12.60 
13.42 


Da 'las 


9.25 12.00 






189.75 


East (iastonia 

Faith 

Gastoma, Fibst.. 


36. 60 
3.00 

306. 95 
1.00 

173. 97 
6.50 


13.00 
3.00 
40.00 


'28r25 


'i7r50 


234. 74 

13.60 

2156.22 

2.50 


H rCKORY 

Hick'.ry Grove 


178. 85 
12.00 

5.00 
27.25 
12.00 
74. 50 
15.00 
16. 00 

7.90 
11.00 

.'50 

51.83 

15.00 

10.00 

3 00 

4.00 

6.00 

18.00 

24.36 

42.01 

2.00 


130. 80 
8.00 
5.00 
2.00 
5.00 
17.20 
2.00 
3.34 


2.5. 00 


14. 03 

6.00 


708.47 
39.27 
19.20 


K id's Chapel 




1 2.30 


2.16 


38.71 


Leimard's Fork 


C.A.Caldwell 


2.25 

46.66 

3.00 





22. 35 
157 55 


L<mg Creek 

Lowell 


J. A. Hoyle 




2.00 

1. 36 


25.00 


D. M. Ausiin 

W. B.McClure 

J. A Hoyle 


36.35 


64.33 
7.90 


Lioray 

Lawing's Chapel H . 


2.00 

'l3!'27 
6 00 
4.20 

"'2."20 
1.00 
3.00 
2.76 
15.00 
3.00 


2.00 
.67 

3.00 
33.06 

6.00 

1.02 
10.00 

'"'3."o6 

7.00 
12.78 
15 00 

3.00 


4.00 

4.00 


2.35 

1.00 — - 


21.35 


J.M.Ballard 


5.67 


W. B. McClure 

O. L.Stringfleld 

A. P. Bumgarduer — 

CM. R' bin son 

I.T Newton 

W. B.McClure 

H. B. (_;ronister 

W. B. Mcflure 

R. D Carroll 


6 
20 

48 

2 
11 

8 

5 
12 

5 




.50 
2.00 
5.00 


4.00 


Maiden 

McAdensville 


11.65 

lO.OOi 


'l"i5 


111.81 
41. 15 
15.22 


Mount H..lly 

Mount Ruhania, 








13.00 




2.00 
2.00 
36.70 
20.00 
2.20 






6.20 
12.00 


Mount Zion 




i.oo 


31.00 
76. 60 


Olivet 


O. L.Stringfleld 


2.00| i.oo! 5.00 

1 1 _ . 


100.01 
10.20 










I 




Providence, Secona 
Penelope 


C.A.Caldwell 

J. A. Rector 


7 
1 

11 

14 

14 

9 

6 


53 44 
29 45 

91[ 78 
162 84 
138 62 

97, 46 

21...- 


(i.50 
7.45 

""lE'db 
16.50 
12.00 
6.00 


1.50 
4.00 
2.50 
11.60 
4.00 
1.40 
1.00 


1.50 
4.50 
1.00 
18.75 
4.50 
2.65 
2.00 


1.50 
2.50 
1.00 




i.oo 2.10 


14.10 
18.45 




L. A Bangle 






4.50 




3.60 




2. 00 5. 00 
10.2.5 4.00 


56.75 


Sandy Plains 


J. A. Hoyle 


15. 22 - . 


54.47 


C. E. Beaver 


3.00 




19.05 


Startown 


R. D. Carroll 


4.07 




4.30 


17.37 








Thessalonioa 


C. A. Caldwell 


7 
6 
4 
5 


56 48 
118 67 
40 — . 
26 120 


6.00 
6.00 
1.00 
3.43 






1.71 
3.00 


1.00 


i.oo 


9.71 


Warlick'fi Chapel — 

Webb's Chapel 

West Hickory 


1.00 


1. 00 
2.00 


11.00 




1.10 






4.10 


C. M. Robinson 






3.43 






1 






Total _ 


410 4838 4057 

1 


1093.48 350.09 

1 


2016. 64 


803. 53 105. 30 


81.60 43.46 


4494. 10 





















SOUTH RIVER-1907. 














T.J. Baker 


7 

3 

34 


98' 43 
77 43 
237 109 
50 53 
45 
85 105 

165 61 

166 45 






1 








Auiryville 

Baptist Chapel 

Brown's . 


A. B Stevens 

G. A. Bain 

E.Lee Fox 


5.00 i.47 
28.00 5.00 

3 50 1. 00 

6.32 

11.62 3.00 

17.31 

iO.OO 10 00 

3.35 .40 
148.50 83.70 

1.911 


10.00 

10 00 

1.00 

7.'00 
10.00 
10.00 
3.00 
276. 86 
5.00 


16.00 

46. 00 


1.00 




33.47 
89.00 


5.00 




1.72 


12. 22 




G. A. Bain . 


6 

2 


1 




6.32 


Center 


G. A. Bain ._ . 


5.00 




6.19 


32 81 


Clement 


J. W.Cobb 


l.,S8 




28.69 




W. A. Humphrey 

E. Lee Fox. 


5 


5.00 

1.72 1.67 
166.83 


2.73 




37.73 


Elizabeth 


13 104 44 
13, 381, 302 

3 77| 41 


10.14 


Fay etteville 


J. J. Hall 


5.00 


2.00 


682. 39 


Hickory Grove 




6.91 



106 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONTEXTIOy. 





SOUTH RIVER- 


-1907— Continued. 










Churches. 


Pastors. 


K 


f 


ll 


a 
c 


a 



CO 

□ 
bttx 

li 


Orphanage 

Mlnisfcrlal 
Education 


X 


II 


■3 
1 


Long Branch 


W. R. Johnson 

John Prevail 





143 
•57 

102 
95 

150 

178 
21 
25 
7-> 


89 
35 
64 
65 
87 
98 

"79 
75 
211 
151 
110 

bo 


S3. 94 

20.00 

9.40 






S2.00. 






85.94 


Macedonia 












20.00 


Magnolia 


J. W.Cobb 




S2.06 


S4. 12 
4.83 
5.00 
5.00 
2.00 


6.29 




21.87 


Mill Creek. . 


W. R. Johnson 

E. Lee Fox . 


9 


6.50 

24.33 

10.08 

4.00 

1.75 

13.23 

48.05 

112.70 


"iris 

2.00 


1.00 

is 00 





12.33 


Mi.Elara .. 


44 33 


Pi nev Green . 


T.J. Hood- 


o.Olj 




22.92 


Plensant Grove 

Royal's Chapel 

Roseboro _ . __ 


John Prevail 

E.Lee Fox. 


■ 3 
3 


2.00 , §1.60 

2.05 > 




11.00 
8.80 


J. \V. Cobb 


3.00 
31.22 
36.92 


6:24 
147. 36 
101.40 

1.00 
10.00 


9.00 




31.47 


8'tlembtirg 

Spring Branch 

Union Grove 


W.J.Jones 


17 198 


1.917.63 84.20 2.95 
8-5.03 7.07 10.82 




57.06 


2,153.41 

361.00 

1.00 


J. A. Campbell 

G A. BHin 


34 


323 
51 
80 

■28 
9 
16 

128 


White (Jak. 


J. L. Stewart 




26.00 


6.00 


10. 6C1 




52.66 


Beulah- 


R. Honeycutt 










Jordan's Chapel 


T.J. Hood 

E.Lee Fox 

















Mary's Cnapel 

Pleasant Union 
















W. J.Jones 


28 


35 






























Total 


180 HOfil 


•'060 


515. 49'] 90.60 


619.81 


2 303. 19 1'' 94 '>s .tO 


"6 97 


3,682.50 


















1 









SOUTH \ADKIN. 














Advance - 


W.R.Davis 


13 


78 
71 
.153 
70 
37 
190 
48 
110 


71 
66 

144 
65 
40 
88 
51 

184 


16.00 
5.00 
24.60 


6.00 
3.00 
6.00 


6.00 
4.00 
12.00 
9.66 
6.OOI 
6.00 

—•roB; 


6.00 
8.00 

58.00 
8.43 

19.-50 
8.00 
6.00 

17.00 


2.00 

.50 

3.00 

"1766 
2.00 
2.00 


2.00 

.50 

2.00 

"Too 

3.00 
1.00 


: — 


38.00 


Bfulah .. - 


J.N.Binkley 


21.00 


Bethel 

Berea 


V.M.Swaim 


15 


105.50 
18.09 


Cleveland 

Calvary _ 


C.S. Cash well 

J.A.Sunimey 


1 


26.66 
11.00 
10.50 
15.00 


.■).00 


53.50 
30.00 


China Grove 


Jetl Lantiing . 




19.50 


Chestnut Hill 


W. P. Southern 


16 


34.05 


Corinth . 


20 














W.R.Davis 




31 


10.00 
40.00 

6.00 
12.00 
25.00 

7.00 
60.00 


2.00 
15.00 
2.00 
3.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.5.00 


1.00. 

32.00 

3.00 

4.00: 

20.00 

2.00 

29.35 

27.411 

.30. 


~2r."66 

3.50 

7.00 

15.00 

2.00 

2.5.00 

29.53 


"Too 

1.00 
1.00 
3.00 
1.00 
5.00 
5.00 


1. 60 
3.00 
1.00 
2.00 
3.00 
1.00 
.5.00 
5.00 


— "- 


14.00 


Coiileeniee 

Dunn's Mouniain-_ 
Enon 


E. L.Weston 

Jeff Lanning 


"lo 


204 275 
34 49 
44 62 
174 81 
27 62 
254 311 
83: 68 
13 16 
25 39 
30 70 

44 . 

156 84 

123, 130 

164' 121 

106 64 

131 1 58 

39 64 

16 38 

209 208 

172 l:« 

120 99 

36 36 

479 321 

I80 135 

238 262 
151 50 


117.00 
16.50 
29.00 


Eaton's 

East .Spencer 

Fork 


C.S.Cashwell 

J. N. .Siallings 

W. R. Davis 


1 
3 


71.00 

14.00 

139 35 


Farmington 

Faith .- - 


W.R. Davis 

JeflT Lanning 


8 


43.00 10.00 
1.50 .50 


109.94 
2.30 


Gay's Chapel 






2. OC 














Harnioi'V 


J. N. Binkley 




1.00 


2.00 


2.00 




1.66 




8.00 


lianie'sX Roads 


B. F Rollins 




.5.00 3.00 
61.00 25.00 
79.54 52.85 
75.00 15.00 
28.47, 9.46 

8.16 4.00 
12.65' 2.00 

6.00 

95.00 50.00 
40.00 0.00 
13.00 4.00 

4.00 2.00 
125. 00 1S9. 46 


1.00 

2.00 

3.00 

2 001 - 


9.00 


Jerusalem 

Mocksville 

MOOKESVILLE 


E. L. Weston 

C.S. Ca.-hwell 

C. G. Wells 


20 
2 
1 

1 


36.06I 

63.50] 

10.00 

14.00 

6.00' 

3.001 

2.00. 

235.00 

15.00 

6.00 

2.00 

332.41 

187.64! 

1 

25.00 

6.00! 


20 00 
32.50 
10.00 
28.25 
12.01 
4.00 

"lii'si 

25.00 
14.00 
3.00 
143.93 
103.99 

55.97 
5.00 


5.06 
5.00 
3.00 
2. .57 
1.50 


143.00 
2.36.39 
115.00 


New Hope 

New Bethany 


V.M.Swaim 

R. L. Davis 


2. .57 
1.50 


— 


85.32 
33 17 


Phaniels 






21.65 


Rock well - 


J. A. Suintney 

J. A. Diinaway 

V.M.Swaim 

V.M.Swaim 

W.J. Wy all. 

R.L.Motley 


1 
24 
12 
12 

3 
42 
14 

42 
22 


"26766 
2.00 
1.00 

"2.5."66 
15.00 

8 00 
2.00 


"16760 

5.00 
2.00 
1.00 
-42. 48 
10.00 

6.00 
1.00 


— 


8.00 


Spencer 

So<if-ty 

South River 

Sbady Grove 

Salisbury 


523.84 
96.00 
40.00 
12.00 

858.28 


Statksville 

Statesvili.e, 

West .\venue... 
Trading Ford 


C. A. Jenkins 

•j.F.Mitchiner 

J . L. Carrick 


155.47 

61. 00 
8.00 

1,12;B.79 


60.84 

15.00 
3.00 


532.94 

170.97 
25.00 


Total 


''-.S 


4057 3.-.76 


.5.Vv 1 1 


1.102.32. 


797.45 


122.57 


1-22.05 3,751.29 








1 


1 



A8S0CIATI0NAL STATISTICS. 



107 









STANLY. 
















Churches 


Pastors. 


a 

03 


3 

.a 

O 


■J} 


2 


CO 

a 
o 

£5 


a 

C.2 

fa 


M 
cs 


S3 

a 
O 


11 


'1' 

< 


Is 

■?2 




H 


Albemakle 


B.W.N.Simms 

C.J. Black 


5 214 

11 277 


196 
2H3 
78 
35 

85 


150. 00 
5 00 
2.50 
2.00 
5.00 
2.00 
4.00 
8.60 
8.00 
10.00 
10.00 
4.00 


S30. 80 
5.00 
2.50 
1.50 
3.00 
2.00 
4.00 
4.00 
3.00 
7.00 
4.00 
2.37 


'11,5^05 
7.00 
2.00 
10.00 
3 00 
S.OO 
9.90 
4.00 
22. 00 
12.00 
7.82 


8-19. 81 $35. 00 
20.00, 5.00 
6.50 1.26 
2.50 1.00 
10.00 2. .50 
2.00 -1.00 
6.50 1.00 
10.00 l..iO 
7.00 2.00 
15.00 3.00 
15.00 1.50 
12.00 


f 60. 50 




8226.11 
50.00 


Anderson's Grove— 
Barbee's Grove 


D. W.Aruette 


1 


124 
64 
1,57 


1.50 
1.00 




21.25 
10.00 


Big Liik 


A.C.Davis 


8 


2.50 


33.00 


Chaney's Hill 

Canion 

Corinth 


R. H.James 

E.M.Brooks 

Henry Sheets 

C.J. Black 

D. W. Ari.ette 

J. A.Sumftiey 

C.J. Black 


1 40 76 

7 115, 82 
9 139l 87 


LOO 
1.50 
2.50 
2.50 
3.00 
.3.00 
3. .50 


" 


11.00 
25.00 
36.50 


C'ottonville 

Ebenezer 

Howell's 

Kendall's 

Gold Hill 


9 
8 
4 
4 


130 43 
lOOl 75 
12C. 50 
136' 95 
1 33 44 
118 97 
85 40 


26.50 
(iO. 00 
44.50 
29.69 


Locust 


G. A. Honeycutt 

J.S.Harris 

G. L. Eudy 


2 
12 


5.00 
2.50 


4.00 
1.50 


5.00 
3.00 


5.30 
3.50 


1.00 


2.00 




22.30 
10.50 


Mineral Springs 

N irwood ._ . 


t 49 
98 












G.O. Wllhoit 

(\ J. Black 

D. W.Arnetle 

E. M. Brooks .._ 

E.M.Brooks 


8 
18 
3 
3 


57 


8.00 
8.00 
8.71 
6.25 
3.00 
6.55 
18.00 
1.00 


.5.00 
2.00 
9.80 
2. 50 
3.00 
2.85 
7.00 
1.00 


5.00 
10.05 
34. OC 

6.25 

3.00 
10.35 
20.00 

2.0C 


""5:15!:::::: 


2.00 
3.00 
3.50 
2.00 
3.00 
1.00 

"l50 




25.15 


New London 

Palmerville 

Pleasant Grove 

Philadelphia 

Prospect 

Silver Springs 

Union Grove 

Plvler H 


94 119 

70 85 

104 56 

1 62 70 

74 60 

314 96 

44' 44 

1 25' 45 

38 79 


15.00 
8. 33 
7 50 
3. 00 
10.72 
25.00 
1 5.00 


3.00 

3.32 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 


41.05 
67.66 
26.00 
16.00 


D. W. Arnelte 

C.J. Black 


6 
9 
2 


.33. 47 
77.00 


J.S.Harris 

E. M Brooks 


10.50 






1 


2.50 


2.50 


2.5C 


2.50 








10.00 
















Total 


130 2787 2057 


178.11 


110.32 


201.87 


, 247.31 


65.57 


100.00! 


913.18 























STONE MOUNTAIN. 
















W H Key 




24 
72 
27 
38 
36 
27 
38 
81 
55 
40 
113 
49 
40 
69 
23 
30 
23 
28 
129 
135 
37 
15 
















' 


Dehart 


E Handy 




50 
88 
57 
59 
35 
59 
51 
44 
35 


















T.M.Lyon 




















J W Burchett 
















1 






5 
1 


















H Miller 


















W.M. Miles 

H.J.Carter 














1 


Ml Pisgah 














1 


Mt Valley 


G. W.Sebastian 

W.J. A.Blevins 

G. W.Sebastian 

G. Cothren ._ . _ 


7 
2 
1 
16 
15 


















Mt. Zion 


20.00 














20.00 


















New Light 


33 
77 
47 
79 
40 








1.15 
1.05 
1.00 






«1.00 


2.15 


Oak Grove 


W.F. Carlton 

C. Blevius 










1.00 
1.00 


2.05 


Plney Grove 

Riverside 








2.00 














Roari-.jg Gap 

Rock Springs 

Stony Ridge 

Trap Hill-. .. 


Ij. McCann 


1 
""5 


2.40 




1. 00 2. 44 




.50 
.60 


'".'75 


6.34 


S. P. Brown 

G. Cnthien 






1.35 


W.M. Miles. .._ . 


90 
120 


25.00 
5.00 






3.70 




3.25 




31.95 


Walnut Grove 


W.J. A.Blevins 


2 






2.50 




7.50 


River View T[ 














Mountain View TJ- 














1 














974 52. 40 






1 








Total 


551138 




1.00 


11.81 


6.35 


. L75 


72.19 























STONY FORK. 



Boone's Fork 


P.E.Herman 




48 
35 

14 

69 

187 

29 


40 
45 


.80 














.80 


Doe Ridge 




















Elk .. 


(D. M. Wheeler and 
























Laurel Fork 






70 
100 
60 








i 








Mt. Vernon 


J. M. Payne. .. . 


4 
12 


3.25 






2.50 




5.00 


10.75 


Mt. Ephraina _ 


W.N. Church 

W.N. Church 




Mt. Paran 








' 









108 



y. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



STONY FORK— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 

0. 


Church 

Membership 
Sun. School 
Enrollment 

State 

Missions 


01 

a 


CO 

a 
o 

?« 

|i 

fa 


CS 

c 

a 

o 


a 
__ o 
03:3 
T. SI 

-S 3 


so 

•O CO 


oa 
■?- 

3 
05 


"a 




Middle Cain 




1 


50 24 




1 














85— J 




1 












B. F. Wilcox 




52 45 

93 55 S4 25 




S4.<)0 S3. 00 








87.00 


Poplar Gri>ve 


C.S. Farthing 

Win. M.Lee 


2 












4.25 


12 182' llOl 3.65 






5.00 






S3. 90 
3.00 


12.55 




P. E. Herman „ _. 




100' 35 . 










3.00 


Yellow Hill 




1 


135 75 1.00 






5.00 






6.00 


















Total 


1079; 65i)i 12.95 




4.00 


15.00 






11.90 


43.54 

















SURRY. 





.J.T.Kirk 




69 
9 
47 
22 
68 
48 
165 


41 

36 


5.50 


SI. 50 


2.85 


2.10 








11. 


Ararat. 


Jas. Bennett- 










Corinth 


T.J. Marion 




















3 
5 


68 
90 














C«>pelaud 

I)'>b>iou 


C. F. Fields 


1.00 
60.00 
25.00 

2.5<1 












1.00 
67.00 
104.00 

6.10 




1.00 
25.00 


1.00 
3.00 
2.60 


5.00 

50.00 

1.00 








Elkin 




11 

12 




SI. 00 




Gum Orchard 


C. F. Fields 

E. W.Turner . . 


75 66 

7 75 

116' . _ 


Hiir.>J Grove 








Holly Srpings 

Macfd'inia 


C. C. Arringtou 

J. W. Kurcnett 

A.J Williams 

C. F Fields 


9 


1.00 
17.88 


2.00 
5.00 


1.00 
6.00 


2.00 








6 00 
47.65 


7 131 60 


19.77 










14 5:^ 
2 60 










Mt. Cartnel 








:i :: 






Mountain View 

New Hope 

Oak Grove 


W. H. Bearner 

A.J. Williams 

C.H.Stone 


4 69' 34 

2 m 86 

1 2.5 34 


i.ob 


„„. 


.50 
1.15 


1.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.05 
1.91 
5.72 
7.50 
16.10 










2.50 
6.15 
1.00 
2.05 
11.84 
10.80 












Pi iiey Grove 




32 .... 
80 SO 


7.'23 
5.08 
1.71 
8.45 
1.00 
3.65 


1.00 

"i.70 
1.50 


2r70 



'"27r60 








Kichincmd - 


C. F. Fields 


IS 








Rock ford 


W.H.Beamer 

C. F. Fields 


3 109 89 
3 (S' 74 








Rocky Ford 

Ronda 






10.91 


K.C Homer 


8 44 
4 42 


31 
86 




2.00 




55.45 


Salem 


T.J.Marion 

E. W. Turner 

A.J. Williams 





1 


1.00 


Si loam 

Union Cross 


11 


38 
48 
80 
16 





3.00 


12.00 




3 00 




21.65 


White Plains 


W.H.Beamer 

T. F. Blfdsoe •> - 


7 


47 
40 
70 


2.00 


Loo 




2.80 








5.80 


Mt. Pleasant 










Salem Fork H 


C.F. Fields 


4 


17 


1.00 
144.30 















1.00 




















Total 


127 I59:>! 1489 


39.70 


49.78 


133. 95' - 


6.00 


373.85 























TAR RIVER. 



Ant inch 

Bear Swamp 

Bethlehem 

Bri wn'.s 

Gary Chapel 

Castalia. 

Cedar Rock 

Corinth 

Cypress Chapel. „ 
Crocker's Chapel- 
Enterprise 

Ephe.sns 

Gardner's 

Harris' Chapel ... 

Henderson 

John's Chapel 

lovner's Chapel. - 

Littleton 

Louisburg 

Macon 



T.L.Vernon 

W. N. Boi>bitt — 
W.N. Bobbitt.. 

T.J Taylor 

J A.Stradley... 

G. W. May 

G. M. Duke 

E.D. Poe 



J. P. Bowers 

J. E. Hocutt 

A. V. Joyner 

W. N Bobbitt .. 

J. R. Do^n 

Worley (Creech . 

(i.M. Duke 

J. P. Bowers 

W. L. swope 

T.J.Taylor 



.. 63 
2 172 
9; 88 
6 118 
6| 74 

14 98 
170 



34| 
30 

66i 
105 
I09i 



12.00 
30.00 
11.13! 
54.70, 
17.00 
26 25' 
20.00 



8.40 



4.60 
2.50 



2.59 
2.42 
11.10 
30.00 

5.00 



17 109 75 50.00 27.29 19.87 



12.5 


93 


129 


1 


185 


76 


134 




194 


140 


48 


83 


111 


1071 


144 


88 


219, 


151 


118l 


52! 



10 00 
10.00 
64.97 
25.00 

156. 
1.00 
5.00 
75. 87 

100.00 
34.50 



1.81 
3.22. 
12.43 

I 

76.02 
1 00 
2.00 

46. 50 
114.00 

11.30. 



6.11 



13.70 

5.96 

259. 73 

1.00 

2.00 

42.72 

171.00 

8.OOI 



7.86 

2.79 

21.25 S6.09._. 

33.70 I 2.00 

9.37i 2 50 

12.00 I 

17. 40, 4. 00 5. 57 



1.46 



40.00 5.84. 

7. 15 '. 

109.53 22.55 6.50. 

1.25 .17. 

4.8.5 1.00; 1.00 

71.78 15.32: I 

123.92 .._ 

31.82, 3.00' I 



.47. 

I 



1.00 
8.95 
2.50 
4.00 



19.85 

13.22 
141.94 

38.11 

631.09 

4.42 

16.85 
261. 14 
516. 22 

88.62 



A8S0CIATI0NAL STATISTICS. 



109 



TAR RIVER— Continued. 



Churches 



Pastors. 



■So* 
.2 I S ^ S 



Maple Springs 

!M:irmarinke 

Middleburg 

Midway 

Mountain Grove. 

M . Ht-rmon 

Mt. Hebron 

Mt. Zion 

New Rethel 

New Sandy Creek 
North Heiiftersou— 

Peach Tree | 

Philadelphia i 

Popliir Spring I 

Quankee 

Red Bud 

Reedy Creek I 

Roanoke Rapids ' 

Rock Spring 

Rosemary 

Samaria 

Sandy Creek 

Sharon 

Social Plains 

South Henderson.. 

Sulphur Springs 

Turkey Branch 

Warren Plains 

Warren ton 

White Level 



G. M.Duke— . 
G. W.Tunstall. 
W. R. fuUom.. 
J. W. Sledge... 



D.T. Bunn 

J. W. Sledge 

G. M.Duke 

T. Y. Spy more. 
O. N.MarshalL 
O. N.Marshall. 

G. M. Duke 

J. E. Hocutt 

G M. Duke . 

W.N. Bobbitt. 
A.G. Willcox-. 
A.G. Willoox.. 
F. F. Brpwn ... 
L. W. Swope... 



G. W. May 

G. M.Duke 

A V. Joyner... 
J. W. Sledge... 
O N.MMnshall. 

G. W. May 

A.G. Willcox.. 

T J.Taylor. 

T.J.Taylor. 

J. W. Sledge... 



185 

62 

83 

94 

95 

22 

187 

J 56 

171 

87 

120 

217 

122 

388 

65 

207 

174 

134 

158, 



35 



Si 



_ o 



"EH 



On 



825 00 '•. 

11.00 

45. 00 S20. 00 
7.00 . 



fl.OO 
25.00 



$10.00 S2.60 

2.50 I S2.S' 

27.06 11.07, 5.00 
5.22 I— 



2.00 

10. oo' 

21.30' 



1.31 



287 
310 
147 
106 
132 
86 
33 
162 
201 



25.00 
5.00 
17. 25 
15. Oo 
25.00 
55.00 
9.50 
15.00 
19.00 
64.27 
16.66 



27.11 
27.00 
39.71 

5.56 
10.00 
11.52 

8 .50 



7.00 
3.70. 



2. 35 
100.00 



1.05 . 

10.00 ,. 

3.62 L 

20 46 2. 50 



3.34 



2.80 


17.83 




7.11 




.50 


19.08 


25. .30 




3.50 




_ 

4.40 




10.00 


7.84 






10.00. 

""'r.5o '. 



5 00. 
4.97. 
5. 50 
10.3.11. 
15.90. 



3.00 

2.65 

41.07 



3.00 

1.47 
9.50' 



1.07. 



17. 

2.94 
2.00 



33.20 12.00 
134.00, 63.44; 



1.85' 

2.25! 

16. 25' 

126 681 



13.20 

3.15 

64.81 4.13 

6.82 I 

10.00 1 

7.10 1.25 

6.50 

20. ,50 14.36 1.00 
258.90 65.00 5.00 



c S 






S37. 60 
16. .37 

1.33. 13 
12.22 



4.36 
20. PO 

27 27 

iSs! .30 

8.70 
47.88 
23. .32 
26. 00 
55. 47 
17.00 
19.97 
28.90 
177. 38 
40.40 



47 38 
34.27 

159. 22 
12 3S 
22.17 
24.66 
19.25 
97.31 

&52.02 



Total I 383 6569 3874 1,.S88. 76 500.76 949. «? J, 100. 64 155. 40 42. 43 $16. 45 4, 203. 48 

I I I I I j I I 



TENNESSEE RIVER— 1907. 



Almond 

Alaska 

Bryson City 

Brush Creek 

Bone Valley 

Bi ffalo 

Cold Spring 

Cheoah 

Fornty's Creek 

Hewitt's 

Ir dian Creek 

L,ufiy 

Lone Oak 

Myrtle Spring 

Pleasant Grove 

Panther Creek 

Santeellah 

Sweetwater 

Stecoah 

Tennessee River 

Tuskeegee 

Holly .Spring 

Hazel Creek 

Ralland's Creek 

Mingus Creek 

Antioch A.L.Beck 

Chambers' Creek ..i J. A. Ammons 

Deep Gap j T. S. Lindsay . 

Fair View S.M.Crisp 

Plnev Grove 

Mt. Zion i J. S. Smiley— . 



J. S. Woodard 

O. P Williams 

T. D. Dietz 

J. '^. Stan berry 

T.J.Calhoun 

A Cornsilk 

J.S. Smiley 

S.Jordan 

VV.R. Early 

J.S. Slan berry 

A.J. Hall 

T. D. Watson 

G. VV.Orr 

J.S Stanberry 

H.J. Hogue 

S.M.Crisp 

D. F. Burchfleld 

S.Jordan 

W.R. Early 

H.J. Hogue 

G. W.Orr 

O.P.Williams 

M. Rogers 

S. A Raines 



40 50' 

.37.... 
198 246 



171 


168 


50 


64 


10 




117 


110 


160 


40 


99 


104 


24 


27 


62 


46 


179 


125 


98 


4(1 


42 


3(1 


42 


25 


173 


5(1 


48 


35 


108 


55 



I 9.00 

1.00 1.00 
40.00 10.00 
3.00 



1.00. 

10. oo: 

5.00 



12.00. 
20.00 



LOO 



1.00 



11.00. 
5.00. 



5.00 



1.00 



1 

18 

13 126 
15 128 
5 163 
50. 
71 
59. 



LOO.. 



1.00. 



40. 



2.00 



1.00. 



2.00; 



1.00. 



9.00 
3.00 
71.00 
13.00 



5.00 

1.00 

12.00 

23.00 



3.00 



4.00 



4.00 



110 



-Y. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 





TENNESSEE 


RIVER-Continued. 












» 
Churches 


Pastors 


a 

to 

ft 
a 

0= 


ft 

5 
£ 

ID C 


Is 


a 

02 


S 

.£ 

IS 


Forei ?n 
Missions 


Orphanage 


c 
"3.2 

11 




0'e» 


O 

Eh 


Maple Springs 


J. S. Stanberry 

J.S. Woodard 

T. N. Freeman 


1 80 

' 17 

1 20 


35 

38 
45 
36 




















































Round Hill 




35 
45 



















Yellow Creek 


G. W. Orr 
































519.00 


»29.00 










Total 


124 2679'l929 


874.00 


S26.00 








8148.00 























THREE 


FORKS 


















J. H. Farthing 

J.H. Farthing 

L. A. Wilson 

L. C. VVMlson 


6' 137 


65 
57 
65 
511 
49 
30 
34 
71 
91 
35 
74 
70 
73 
40 
138 
66 
85 

m 

64 
66 
97 
S7 
.52 
102 
34 
75 
57 
63 
34 
52 
8i 
87 

68 

2309 






1.53 
6.10 
101. 85 
3.27 
2.00 
7.34 
3.00 
4.22 
34.08 
L15 


5. .50 

14.25 

5.20 

2.42 








7.03 


Bethel 

Beaver Dam 


9 
10 


115 
111 

42 
172 

37 
187 

4-? 


13. 56 
3.55 


10.00 

4.48 





82.02 
3.00 





45.93 

118.08 

6. 69 




Wm. Cannon 

J.F.Davis 

J.M. Pavne _. . 


16 
4 






81.25 


2.00 


Boone 

Brushy Fork 

mowing Rock 


16.40 

'""'6."37 
5.00 
L18 


4.17 

"2"25 


23. 72 

* 1.87 

11.75 

6 74 

2.50 

.20 


SI. 28 


2.34 


55.50 

4.87 


J F. Davis 


1 


5.53 


2.74 




33.27 


E. F. Jones 


9 140 


45. 82 


Cool Springs 


J. .VI. Payne 




87 


4.83 


CS. Farthing 


— 


35 
65 
61 








.20 


















Elk Valley - ... - 






















Fall Creek— 


D. A. Green 


3 


3S 






2.00 

24.71 

1.00 

2.00 


4.65 
4.U 








6.00 






7 140 
5 90 
11 101 


2.60 

5.00 

.50 











28. 82 


Flat Springs 

<iap Creek 

Howard's Creek.. - 


D. A. Green 








6.00 


C. R. Norris 










2.50 


L. A. Wilson 




68 
ItiO 












Laurel Springs 


C. R. Norris 


8 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 
3.15 
7.95 


6.72 
4.61 
10.66 
3.00 
.50 
3.46 
4.04 








21. 72 


J.M. PHvne 


4 159 
4 81 








7.76 


Mt. Calvary 

Mt. Gilead 


L. C. Wilson 






....... 


18. 61 


James Stout 




53 

.■ST 












3.00 


Mt Lebanon 


G. W.Trivett 

I.e. Miller 


1 






2.00 
5.00 
2.70 
5.00 
5.00 
1.80 
2.00 








2.50 


Middle Fork 


2 59 
10 187 
6 171 
.--1 44 
18 139 

27 

... 74 

15 13U 

9 56 

1 144 

14 191 


1.13 











8.46 


Pleasant Grove 


David Green 








7.87 


IMeasant Valley 

Rich M 'Untaln 


G. W.Trivett 

L.C. Wilson 

L. A. Wilson 


4.51 








9.51 








5 00 
















1.80 


Shull's Mills 


CS Farthing 

N. S. Ham pton 

J. F. Davis — - - 






3.00 








5.00 


Sampson _ 










Three Forks 


10.00 
3.15 


"".ih 


15.00 
10 59 

4.75 
15.98 

2.01 

282.38 


6.24 

15.80 

1.75 








31.24 


Timbered Ridge 


J.F.Eller 








29. 54 


L. A. Wilson 







6. 20 


Zionville _ _ - 


C R. Norris _ 








15.98 


Zion Hill 


D. A. Green 




64 








1 




2.01 








73.66 

1 






I 






Total 


215 .3,'S20 


26.60 


246.55 


6.81 


10.40 


1.25 


542.73 













TRANSYLVANIA. 



Brevard . 


J. R. Owen 


2 167 

10 126 

51 


90| 
71 
30. 
56. 
43. 
57 . 
53. 
30 
70, 
98' 
1 


12.05 
5.00 




66.00 
6.76 


10.00 
7.20 








as. 05 


Boilston 


J. W. Briggs 








18.96 


Blue Ridge 










Carr's Hill 




. 73 




















A. S. Whitmire 

T. C. Holzclaw 


16 (» 
54 143 

1 122 


















Cathey's Creek 

Dunn's Rock 






10.00 


17.50 




5.00 




32.50 








East Fork 


A. J. Manley 

S. C. Owen 


3 64 
. 151 


1.40 
3.00 
2.15 














1.40 


Enon - 


5.00 


i.5. 20 
16.33 


9.08 








32.28 


Glady Branch 


A. O Allison 


. 91 






7.46 


25.94 


Glady Fork 

Laurel Creek 


James M. Powell ... 


1 35 
.35 




31 . 
125 . 
50 




2.00 












2.00 


Little River 




109 


2.80 


3 40 








6. 20 


Macedonia 


A.C. Queen 


24. 135 


6.75 










6.73 



AS80CIATI0NAL STATISTICS. 



Ill 



TRANSYLVANIA— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


to 

a 

.2 
"5. 

a 


5 

II 


is 


a 
o 


01 

o 


C 

a. 2 

fa 


C! 

a 

a 

O 


c 
•3.2 

-a 




2m 
S n 

t.2 





Mt. Moriah. 


S. C. Owen 


23 


123 
40 

135 
60 
80 
65 

115 
82 

101 
40 


50 
35 
94 
66 
68 
65 
56 
5.5 
79 
35 

1407 


$19. 84 


— 


85.00 










824 84 


New Prospect 












Oak Griive, 


J. K. Henderson 

W. C. Boren 


24 

7 


40.17 


$3. 03 


1.75 








81.60 


46 55 


Pleasant HilL. 










Rocky Hill.. . . 


6.81 






$3.50 
.50 








10 30 


Shoal Creek 


O. W. Smith 

W. C Boren . 


3 
1 












50 


Toxawav . 


5.90 






5.90 


Turkey CreeK 


















Zion .. 


A. 0. Allison 

Z. I. Henderson 


30 
4 


10. 73 
^3. 80 












10 73 


Fine GroveH 


5.05 












5. 05 
















Total. — . . 


202 21.^2 


15.08 


123. 84 


51.18 




$5.00 


9.06 


317 96 













TUCKASEIGEE. 



Balsam 


W. M. Pruitt . 




45 
57 
43 
33 
146 
45 
108 
77 
36 
107 
U2 
191 
122 
51 
95 
65 
115 
53 
73 


68 
66 

77 
33 


2.00 


2.65 


1.80 


3.58 
.75 








10 03 


Balsam Grove 


W. F.Cook 


8 
10 
6 
3 

"25 
5 
4 










Buff Creek 


T.F. Arrington 

J. H. Owen 

T. F. .\rrington 

.J. R. Green 

W F. Cook 
















Cedar 








i.To 

3.58 
3.60 








1 10 


Cullowhee 


45 
62 
63 
66 

58 
51 
119 

88 
86 


2.00 

18. 85 


2.65 
4.65 


1.80 
2.60 








10 03 


Dlllsboro 

John's Creek.. 










29.70 


Mt. Pleasant 


J. T Carson . 


2 00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 


1.80 
2.65 
2.65 
2.65 
2.65 
1.86 


2.65 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
2.60 
1.80 


3.58 
3. .58 
3 58 
3.58 
3.58 
5.98 








10 03 


New Savannah 


R. L. Cook . _. 




1 


10 03 


Ochre Hill 


J. T. Carson 




1 


10 03 


Savannah 


R. L. Cook 










10 03 


Scott's Creek 


W. B. Creasman 

T. F. Arrington 


36 
6 
1 

10 

6 








10 03 


Shoal Creek 








11.64 


Speedwell 


44 

85 












Si/lva. 


W. B. Creasman 

T. D. Watson 

J. L. Kirkland 

A. C. Queen 


21 37 


8.48 

.65 

2.50 


5.90 
1.00 


40.40 








76 15 


Wilinot 


54 1 2. 00 
581 2. 50 


2 58 
6 03 









6 23 


Zion Hill 








11 03 


Sols Creek 


34 














Webster . . 






120 


















Barkt'r's Creek.. , 






















Big Ridsie 


























Dick's Creek 


























East Fork 


























Locust Field 


























Hamburg 


























Tuckaseigee 


























Wolt Creek 


























Yellow Mountain 


















































Total 


120 1574 


1267 


60.72 35.84 


25.55 


85.50 




206 81 
















1 1 





UNION. 



Antioch 

Benton's X Roads. 
Bethel 

Cori n 1 h 

Deep Spring 

Ebeiipzer 

Fairfl"ld 

Fan Iks 

Hertnon 

Hamilton's X Rds. 
Hoppwell 

Kings .St., Waxhaw 

Macedonia 

MarsUville 

Meadow Branch 

Mill Creek 



T. P. Little 

J. L. Bennett 

M. D. L. Preslar. 

J. A. Bivens 

A. Marsh 

H. G. Bryant—. 

J. G. Guliege 

A. C. Davis 

W. F. Estridge- 

A. Marsh 

J. L Btnnett 

VV. F Estridge.- 

A. Marsh 

J. L. Shinn 

W. F. Estridge.. 
A. Marsh 



8' 82 
2i 88 
ll 67 
6 64 
5 167 
7| 89 
3 95 
8, 137 

-. 61 
1' 94 
2 216 

-I 310 
81 195 



1.00 
3. 00 1 
9.001 
4.001 
4.00 
.3.55 
1.95 

10.34 
7.00 
.3.00 
8.00 

10.50 
5.00; 

30. 25' 



1.00 
1.00 
4.00 
5.00 
3.50 
3.85 
2.25 
6.03 
6.80 
3.91 
3 00 
3.00 
8.00 
11.80 



28.45, 46.23 
7.851 7.18 



3.50 
■5.00 
9.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.75 
3.00 
14.70 
7.00 
5.00 
12.00 
15. 00 
7.00 
9.20 
53.07 
14.66 



2.13 

4.00 

6.00 

10.45 

2.00 

5.70 

2.85 

21.26 

50. 00 

7.00 

6.82 

15.00 

6.00 

80.35 

41.20 

10.00 



81. 00; 
1.00 
2.70 

"iroo 
"ir66 



3.00 



5.00 
5.00. 



1.00 

I. .50 

2.00 
2.12 

'2."55 
'5.00 



2.00 
5.00 
2.00 
9.36 



2.00 



8.63 
15. 50 
31.00 
29. 27 
14.50 
22. 20 
10.10 
58. 33 
70.80 
18.91 
33.82 
51.. 50 
24.00 
14.5.96 
173. 95 
41.69 



112 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTIOX 



UNION— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


£ 


Ch'ireh 

Menibcrship 
^nn. School 

Enrollment 


S 



c 
c 


w 

a 

C.2 

ii 


0) 

ic 

a 

a 
ce 
.fl 
a. 

u 






.22 
< 


I2 
•g.2 

5 





Monroe 


C A. G. Thomas 

H. G. Brvant 

M. D. L. Preslar 

J. L. Bennett 


"13 

"Is 

9 

1 


240, 183 

92! 80 

86 35 

2Ko: 133 

103 86 

131! 188 

46 40 

43 30 

1 


$51.30 819310 
1.50 1.47 
5.00 5.00 
10. 00 5 00 
2.00 2.00 
5.00 7.50 
i 


520.00 
30. 95 
10.00 
105 00 
5.00 
7.50 


5120.00 19.81 

1 10 

5.00 1.00 

25.00 

5. 00 

8.001 


S20.00 

"1^00 "IIIl 

2.00 

1.50 

2.00 


8594.37 


Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Olive 

Ml. HHrmony 

Mountain Springs. 
Mt Moriah — 


7.82 

25.00 

147.00 

15.50 


Fairly D. King 


30.00 












A. Marsh 




2.00 


3.00 


3.00 


3.10 




1.06 


12.10 










N.Tth Monroe 

Oak Grove 

Olive Brnncli 

Philadelphia 

Plt-a.xaMt Hill 


T. C. Irby 


7' 87 So 


1.00 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
3.00 
4.10 
2.00 
2.00 
8.00 
12.28 
3.11 


2.00 
2.00 
4.05 
5.00 
2. .50 
3.15 

"2'ob 
4.10 

12. 28 
2.00 


3r5o 

6 00 
15.00 
8 00 
4.72 
4.00 
3.95 
10.00 
80. 20 
8.00 


1.00 
3.00 
7.26 


"T'32 


1.00 

1.00 

3.50 

4 00 

1.00 

2.31 

1.00 


5.00 


R. U. Jatnes 

T. P. Little .. 




103 55 
127 60 
200 67 
129 60 


11.00 
27.13 


J. F. Hammond 

T. P. Little 


1 

2 


8.00 2.00 
3.00! 

5.73 

4.00 


39.00 
17. oO 


J. A. Bivens 


13 66 42 
6 187 67 
6 74 90 
3 155 69 
3 111, 36 
7| 208 56 

172 4299 2440 


20.01 


Sandy Ridge 

Sard is ^ 

Shiloh 

Union 

Waxbaw 


T C Irby .. . 


11.00 


M. D. L. Preslar 

M. D. L. Preslar. 

A. C. Davis.. 

W. F. Estridge 


3.80 i 1 

5.00' 1.00; 1.00 

23.94I 4 00 

20.00J l.OOJ 1 


11.75 
21.17 
82.50 
34.11 


Total 


262.66366.70 

1 


601.05 


518.19 35.83 80.71 . 


1S26.92 








1 








1 





VVE.ST CHOWAN. 



A fioxkie 

A ulander 

Jitlklthcm 

Bethany 

Brantley's Grove... 

Jinckhom 

Ca pebart's 

Cashie t 

Centre Grove 

Chowan 

Christian Harbor .. 

Coleraine 

Coni'aritsa 

Creek vi lie 

Conway 

Elam 

Galatiu ». 

Gieen's X Roads... 

Harreihville 

Hebron 

Hillside 

Holly Grove 

Holly Springs 

Jackson 

Keltord. 

IjHWivnce's X Rds. 

Lewiston 

Lasker 

Margarettsville 

Mum Hill 

Mf-herrin 

Mt. Carmel 

Ml. T«bor 

Mw/reeslioro 

Oak ■ rove 

Pine Forest 

Potecasi ... 

Pleasant Grove 

Rfpubliean 

Rich Square 

Roanoke 



M. A. Adams 

R.L.Gay 

J. t- Cale 

S. B. Barnes 

S. B. Barnes 

C. \V. Scarborough. 

T.T. SpeiRht 

R. D.Stephenson 

C. E. Edwards 

A. C. Sherwood 

M.P.Davis 

M.P. Davis 

T.T. Speight 

D. Cale 

W.B.Watr 

A. Ci'ee 

D. Cale 

R. D Stephenson 

ALP. Davis 

A.T. Howell 

C. E. Edwards 

C. E. Edwards 

8. B. Barnes 

A. free 

T.T. SpeiKht 

S. B. Barnes 

R. L. Gay 

S. B Baines 

Jack Barnes 

M.P.Davis 

W. B. VVatr ■ 

J.F. Cale.. 

A.T.Howell 

A. C. Sherwood 

M A.Ad<im8 

A. Cree 

A.T. Howell 

R. L. Gay 

T.T.Speight 

J.F. Cale 

S. B. Barnes 



19 



868 239 

273 178 

1771 97l 

24 r 122 

181 134 

239 120 

339 70 
283 137i 
190 88 
133 75' 
157 101 j 
375 17l| 

340 87. 
150 109, 



149 
231 
315 
242 
152 
237 
82 

162 107 

58 531 

83 55' 

1(« 105 

257 67) 

6 224 144 

20, 107 106 

l| 52 371 

10 479 250' 

11! 419 84' 

8 208 8l| 

14! 291 11.5 

... 109 121 

6 151 741 

... 58 30 



3*5 109, 

270 84' 

424 73' 

192 129 

86 6.5 



114.90 
71.01 
55.00 
20 00 
24.00 
75. 00 
50.00 
75.00, 
40.00 

105.00 
30.00 
49. .50 
30.00 
15.00 
36.97 
12.50 
21.00 
18.00 
81.67 
25.00 
7.00 
28.40 
10. 28 
25.00 
43.00 
33. 90 
58.21 
15.00 
21. 45' 
46. 99 
54. 78, 
10.00 
80.61 
83. 62 
17.74 
12.00 
47.90 
38. 90 
33. 80 
28. .-)0 
8.OOI 



46.25 
75.90 
29.00 
12. 00; 
13. 00 
56. 12! 

20. no 

52. 22' 
18.00 

ICO. 00! 

24.0(1 
46. 801 
22.00 
12.00 
15.(0 

7 50 
10.50 
12.00; 
44.15 
J 8. 00; 

4.00 
15.00! 

5.06 
18.00, 

44. (iO 
14.00 
24. 15 

.5.00 
19. ,50 
47. 20 
42.72 
I 

45. 66 
88. .55 
15.00 

8.00 
33.11 
20.00 
18.80 
13.15 

6.50 



70.90 

124. 95 
56. 25 
20.00.. 
24.00 

115.00 
35. 00 

100.00 
30 00 

100.00 
40. 83' 
96. 60 
30. 00 
15.00 
49.40 
14.57 
25. CO 
21.80 

11 3. .32 

25.00 

4.00 

31.8.-. 

5.06 

20.00 

48.89 

37.00 

34.81 

5. 00 

2,5.50.. 

154. 35 
69. 27 
16.6.5 
70. 72 
82.89 
15.00 
12.00.. 
61.07.. 
38.25 
43.00.. 
43.25.. 
8.50 



102.66 20.00 
84.00 20.00 
44.871 21.00 



16.00' 
200. 92 

6.26 
1(>4.44 
(i.5.00 
211.19 
51 . 58 
94.371 
14.31 

8.00 
27.2.5 
62. 96i 

9.00: 

6 00: 
83. 95 
40 00 

1.00 
29. .57; 

5.00 
10.00 
69. .54 
12 (iO 
81.73 

5.00 

167.' 61 ' 
32. 30 
19.51 

123.27 

87.11 

9.73 



2.5.00 
6.00 

23. 26 
8.00 

50.00 
.5.00 

12 00 

10.00 



6 00 S.5.02 

7.10 

5.00 

2.00 

2.00 



6.00 

5.00'... 
5.00... 

3. (.0 

5.00, 2.50 



10.00 
7. 50l 
5.00 
2.00 
6.00 
6.00 
2.00 
8.00 
2.50 
.5.00 
6.00 

io.'oo 

3.00 
6.00! 
11.20 
15.00: 

ioroo 

20.00 
5.00 



5.00... 

Too." 

"l 38 '.'. 



56.41 



11.00 
10.00 
7.00 
5.00 



2.00 

~""| 2."l9 

2.50 

15. 38 

4.22 

5.57 

"7."58 III"; 

I 5.00 

5.00 5.00 



6.00 

2. .50 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



113 



WEST CHOWAN— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


to 

s 

a 


S 

o 


'Sit. 


m 

a 
o 

|§ 
03 


a 



is 

a 


a 
■S.2 


(0 
SB 
03 

a 

c4 

.a 
a 

o 


d 
^ S 


■0 5 

< 


1 = 


3 






C.E.Edwards 

C. W. Scarborough .. 
J. A. Speight 


8 
24 


68'..- 
285 78 
732 108 
311 129 
149 88 
107i 31 
140 155 
1691 93 
198 108 
178! 88 
155 83 


88.00 
59.51 
50.00 
32.90 
46.20 
2.50 
41.04 
10.00 
70.00 
30.00 
35.06 


S7.00 
41.71 
35.00 
35.74 
14.50 
2.00 
31.11 

"soroo 

35.73 
20.00 


S7.00 
80. 72 
35.00 
32.21 
23.50 
2. .50 
47. ! 6 
17.81 
60.00 
38.00 
45.37 


1129^00 

8.00 

77.40 

20.00 


82.00 
15.00 

6.00 
10.00 

5.00 






823.00 


RoberVs Chapel 






325. 94 






134.00 


Sandy Run 


D. Cale 

A. Cree 


14 


89.40 


85.00 


202.75 
109. 20 


Siloam 


W.T. Asbell _. 






2.00 
5.00 




9.00 




W.B. Waff- 




99.67 


8 00 


231.98 




D. Cale 


4 
4 


22.79 




40. 60 


Union 


M. A. Adams 

W.H.Davis 


135. 75 

9. 90 

24.54 


20.00 
16.00 
6.00 




5.00 


340.75 
129. 63 




J. F. Cale 


8 




2.00 


131.97 






1 










1 






i 








Total- 


4ll'4S97'5074 


2, 039. 84 


* 


2,323.95 


2,534.91 


521.46119.33 


37.71 


8,853.88 



















*Total Home Missions $1,.354.23. 



WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 





T. F. Deitz . 


32 


140 
49 
38 
. 83 
46 
23 
54 

275 
53 

181 
51 
44 
50 
40 
50 

1.35 
45 
50 
35 

179 
75 
25 
72 

110 


158 
35 
32 
58 
64 
39 

118 
57 
46 

109 
52 
55 
52 
29 
79 

HI 


9.25 


11.41 


5.00 


6.00 


5.00 






36.66 


Bethel 


N.R. Hogan 










Bethesda 


















1 


Boiling Springs 

Fire's Creek . . 


J. E. Deweese 

R. J . Coffev 


8 


































Glade. - - 


C. F Martin 


1 


1.25 
10.00 
2.50 

""I'oo 

1.00 

28.95 
5.00 
2.50 


.50 
2.50 
2. .50 
1.00 

"hib 
1.00 
4.60 
3.00 
2.00 












1.75 


Hayesville 

Hanging Dog 


J. T. Piatt 


2.21 
2.50 


7.96 








22.67 


J. E. Norton 

C. F.Martin -- 


36 

1 

22 

2 








7. 50 












1.00 


Marble Springs 

Martin's Creeli.- - 


W. M. Pruett. 


"""i."25 

.50 

2.50 

3.00 

1.00 













C. F. Martin 


4.65 


Mt. Fisgah 


J. M. Brown 


.50 
2.65 
3.62 








3.00 




J.E.Norton 

T. C. Burrell . 


5 








38.70 


Mt. Pleasant 








14.62 


Mission Hill 


A. S. Solesbee 










6.50 


Nantahala ^- 


H.C.Whitaker 

M.H. Barker 















Oak Grove 






LOS 










1.05 


Pine Log 






92 
39 
149 
50 
31 
45 
85 
















Philadelphia 


J. C. Burrell . 


5 
25 


"""loo 


i.oo 


"""■l05 


.45 
5.00 


""ii'os 






1.45 


Peac h t ree 


J.T. Piatt 


8.10 


Red Marble 


T. N. Freeman 








Shiloh - - 


















Tusquittee 


A. S. Solesbee 




2.01 














2.01 


Valley River 


M.H. Barker 


4 






2.00 








2.00 












Total 


141 1903 

1 


1585 


65.46 


30.91 


19.86 


28. 18 6- 05 




-"- 


150 64 





















WILMINGTON 
















Atkinson 

Barlow's Chapel 


C.H.Utley 

J. A. Smith 


8 


111 
122 
55 
144 
48 
120 
131 
21 
54 
20 
77 
87 
89 
102 
50 
118 
112 


69 
65 
35 
74 

50 

82 
58 


10.00 
25.00 


5.00 
10.00 


5.00 
15.00 


7.00 
15.00 


2.00 
2.50 


2.00 
7.50 


2.28 


33.28 
75.00 


Bear Branch 








Bethlehem _. 


C. H. Utley 


9 


15.00 

15.00 
20.00 


10.00 


12.50 


15.00 


10.00 


5.00 




67.60 


Blackwell's.. 






Burgaw 


C.H.Utley 

C. H. Utley 


10 


5.00 
10.00 


27.50 
10.00 


10.00 
20.00 


"'7r50 


5.00 
7.50 




62 50 


Canetuck _. .. 


75 00 


Castle Haynes 








Cash well 


O.P. Meeks . 


1 


54 
38 
66 
93 
137 
33 
44 
30 
75 


7.84 


3.00 


1.94 


2.09 








14.87 


Catherine Lake 


J. W. Smith 




Emma's Chapel 

French's Creek 

Harmony 


W.L.Britt 




13.71 
5.00 
10.00 


7.00 
3.00 
5.00 


13. 59 
3.00 
10.00 


7.81 
4.00 
10.00 


"2."ob 

2.00 


2.00 
2.00 
1.00 




44. H 


J. B. Newton 


12 
6 


19 00 


W. B Riverbank 

O.P. Meeks 

W.L.Britt . 


38 00 


Haw Bluff 




Jacksonville 

Long Creek 


15. 00 
4.12 
10.00 


5.00 
4.68 
5.00 


5.00 
10.45 
30.00 


10.00 
3.00 
10.00 


2.00 
"2^00 


5.00 
2.00 
2.00 


'"aoo 


42 00 


A.C. Chaffln. 


3 


24 ''5 


Masonboro 


A. C.Chaffln 


61.00 



114 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



WILMINGTON— Continued. 



Churches 



Moore's Creek. . 

Mt. Holly.- 

Olive Branch-. _ 

Olivet 

Providence 

Riley's Creek 

8alem 

Salt Marsh 

Shiloh 

Tar Landing 

Teachey's 

Wallace 

Well's Chapel ._ 

Willard 

Wilmington— 

F'lRST 

Brooklyn. 

South Side 

Walha 11 ., 

Total 



Pastoi-s 



J. D. Hocult 2 

W. B. Rivenbark. 29 

J. D. Hocutt 

J. D Hocutt 

J. W.Smith 

W. B. Rivenbark .- 

J.W.Smith 

.J.H. Dobson 

J. D. Hocutt 

W.L. Britt 

W.B. Rivenbark.. 

.I.A.Smith 

A.C. Chaffln. 

A.C. Chaffln 



Fred D.Hale 

C. F. W hillock 

G. A. Martin 

W. B. Rivenbark 



OJ CO 

01 



OS, 



fa 



75 788, 451 
33 320 240| 
71 241 212 
3: 29 . 



810.61 Sl.OOl 
9.23 5.00, 

4.oo; 



!f. 3 



as 



■? c 



5.00. 
2.50 
12. 35! 
5. 00 1 

2.oo! 

6.65! 



4.00| 

'I'm 

5.03 

2.00. 

1.00 

1.00 



$5. 39 
10.00 
4.00 

2.oo: 

1.00 

8. m 
"Too 

31. 69' 



812.00 S2.00 12.00 



10.00. 
C.30. 
5 00 
2.00 
7.03 
8. 50 
1.00. 
7.31 



3.04 



1.48 



1.00 



14.51 



3.00 
1.00 
1.00 



31.25 
10.00 
10.00 
5.98 



11.2.5! 10.00 

10.00 10. oo! 

15. 00 60. 98 

5. 00 5. 10 



30.00 5.00 .5.00 

20.00; 5.00 5.00 

21.45 5.00 10.00 

11.00 2.51 1.00 



260 4326,2817 



559. 32 347. 70 

40.00! 25.00 

45.00 20.00 

1.00 1.00 



816.98, 

40 OOl 

30. 00 

1.00 



199. 14 

75. 00 

41.35 

1.00 



960.64 529.661,183.01 571.96 



S:«. 00 
37.27 
18.30 
12.00 

7.50 
34.78 
18.50 

6.00 
62 16 



92. 50 
60.00 
122. 43 
30.59 



' 5.00 815.00 1943.13 

10.00 15.00 I 195.00 

, 9.08 28.10, 173.53 

L_. 4.00 



75.50 97.12 47.38 3407.20 



YADKIN. 





R. P. Coram 




99 


104 


2.00 
2.00 
30.00 
7.65 
1.50 
7. .50 
6.39 
LOO 
3.80 
4.00 
4.50 
1.00 


8.63 

"r6."o5 

6 37 
15.00 
3.00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 

'"2r5o 

.72 


1 
2.00 
13.00 
5.19 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 



3.00 
4.&5 
4.50 

""e.'oo 


4.00 

2.00 


.80 




15. 43 




B.F.Rollins 


12 


101, 6S 


6 00 


Boonville . _ 


4; 208 117 
20 185 100 


71.96 5.00 
4.00 


10.00 





139. 96 




R. P. Coram 


23. 21 




7 101 
5 111 
9 131 


82 
98 
81 

«n 


5.00 ._ -. 




23.00 


Enon 


J. T. Kirk 


5.15 1.00 

2. .30 

2.00 

6.24 


3.00 

""i.'oo 


1.00 


25.65 


East Bend 


W. H. Beamer 

O.J. Martin 




18.69 


Friendship 


7 
13 


61 


6.00 


T.C.Myers _. 

S s May 


1791 98 
1911 66 
62 86 
a3 50 
52 87 
17 98 
118 108 
74 93 
73 75 


1.5.04 


Flat Rock 


10.25 






18.90 


Huntsville 


B.F.Rollins 




2. 30 

1.00 

8. 17 


1.00 




13.30 


Island Ford 


G. M. Burcham 

G. M. Burcham 

E. M. Gwyn 


1 
1 


3.72 
14 17 


Mt. View 


:::::::::::: 












W V. Brown 




.75 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

2. .50 
3.00 
2.00 
4. ,35 
39.00 
4.00 






1 






.75 


Oak Ridge 


T.C. Myers 


13 


1.00 
1.00 
2..-1O 
4.43 
1.00 

""5."00 
2.00 


2.55 

1.00 
1 00 
3.00 
4.89 
2.00 
4.00 
.5.00 
LOO 


8.56 

2. 7.=^ 

2.75 

3.00 

7. 05 


1.00 


11. .56 


Richmond Hill 




1 00 

1.00 


6 75 


Kwaim's . 


W.V.Brown 

G. F. Hogue 


15 


229 67 


6.75 


Shady G rove . _. 


1 


116 67 

203 90 

112 .... 

41 29 


1.00 




12.00 


Sandy Springs 


S .S May 


19.37 






1.30 






6.30 


We.st Bend 


T C Mvers 




4..33J 






12.68 


Yadkinville 

Yadkin Valley 


T.C.Myers 

W. V. Brown 


4 


44 99 
.54 69 


.5.00' 

23.00^ 


"'2."o5 


3.00 


57.00 
32.00 










Total 


122 2648 1922 


129.94 


71.65 


74.23 


183. 11 i 6.00 


21.80 4.00- 488.23 



















YANCEY-1907. 



Ayler's Creek . 

Burnsville 

Bolin's Creek.. 
Bald Creek . ._. 
B.\ rd's Chapel 

Blue Rock 

Brown's Creek 
Cane River ... 

Crablree 

Concord 



S.W.King 

B.B. Riddle 

B.B. Riddle 

1). .Mill.-r 

U. Miller. 

J. I'. Thomas 

S.D. Tipton 

W. A. Rf.hertson 

J. W. Hall 

J. F.Sams 



2 28 
28, 180 

... 70 

5 301 
...| 1.36 

3 -57 

4 95 
29 311 .- 

6 1.59.. 
13 50.. 



2.00 

50.00 50.00 
5.00 2.50. 



2.00 
11.29 



2.00 



1.00. 
9.00. 



5.00, 5.00 



21.52 



4.00 

132. 81 

7.50 



1.00 
11.00 



10.00 J 



AS80CIATI0NAL STATISTICS. 



115 



Churches. 



Coffee Ridge.- 
Douhle Island 
Elk Shoal '_'_, 

Higsiii's ChapeL._ 
Hi^gin's Chapel on 
Cane River. 

Ivy (iap 

Indian Creek... 
Jack's Creek, 
Laurel Branch . 
Mt. Mitchell... 
Mountain Dale 
Mt. Pleasant . 

Mine Fork 

Peterson's Chapel" 
Pleasant Grove 

Price's Creek 

Pleasant Gap. 
South Toe ... 
Upper Shoal Creek" 

loung's Chapel . 

Zion 



YANCEY-Continued. 



Pastors. 



Dg- 



— I J.D.Ki 



B.B. Rlddlel 
H.L. Riddle ...I" 

M. W. Wilson 

"s'Drfrpton"::"" 

J.F.Sams . 

-Jl. p. Sorrells 

-I P. J. Eat man '.".. 



f S,cc£ 



S.W.King. 
J. W. Hall . ■ 
J. C. Thomas 
S.D.Tipton. 



Total. 



9| 126 .. 

.... 95.. 

3 186,.. 

1 68.. 

8 17... 
70... 

— I 42'... 
-.1 91... 

9! 1911 ... 

— : 68... 

— 69.... 

— 90... 

— 23... 

— 89... 

— I 126 ... 
4j 7.5... 
4, 28... 

— I 50-.. 
12 31'... 

— 38'..., 
-i 102|..., 



©.2 



a 



81.15 



51.00.. 



2 OOj ~$2."50 



■S.2 



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5.oo; 

9.20 3.15 
1.81 



$2.11 

5.""60 2. 00 'III 






3.10 

i.oo! 1.00. "_' 

2.00 2.00... 

2. 61 2. 60, 



1.78. 
1.55. 



110 2998 * 74.72 97.06 19.44 27.35'! 



I I 



J2.15 



4.50 



5.00 

14.46 

1.81 

'"7."00 



3.10 
2.00 
5.78 
6.66 



218. 77 



^Approximation from Sunday School repo^Vi2^ori.^;;^~^;:;;:;^;;;^:;;^ 



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3,775 
2, 920 
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3, ,571 
2, 698 
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9,823 
3,902 
1.083 
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4,883 
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2,862 
2,707 
2,908 

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Biuu'oinbe 

Caldwell 

Cape Fear Colurnbu.s 

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Ceil.ir Creek 

Cential 

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Kll<ii> 

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(ireen River 

Hay wood 

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Mecklenburg.Cabarru.s.. 

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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEXTIOX. 





SUNDAY 


SCHOOL STATISTICS. 








Associations. 


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14 
24 
27 
26 
22 
33 
31 
36 
29 
30 
23 
31 
59 
37 
11 
37 
26 
42 
18 
38 
36 
28 
30 
23 
25 
25 
25 
20 
43 
55 
26 
27 
32 
50 
31 
49 
47 
46 
34 
50 
28 
36 
26 
20 
14 
27 
50 
36 
35 
24 
28 
36 
53 
24 
35 
24 
32 


19 
3 
19 
11 
16 
17 
25 
21 
30 
37 
24 
28 
25 
19 
30 
52 
36 
10 
36 
19 
43 
20 
34 
34 
25 
26 
21 
25 
25 
17 
16 
41 
38 
18 
24 
33 
49 
30 
41 
49 
44 
30 
42 
24 
34 
24 
16 
11 
22 
42 
31 
35 
23 
19 
35 
50 
25 
33 
23 
20 


3, 145 
402 
1,682 
966 
1,940 
3,307 
1,877 
2,196 
3,775 
2,920 
4.363 
3,571 
2,698 
2,323 
4,813 
9,823 
. 3,902 
1,083 
5, 129 
2,985 
4,883 
1,9:56 
3.559 
7,373 
2,862 
2,707 
2.908 
2; 537 
3,6:55 
2,568 
1,443 
7,050 
3,969 
1,9U 
2,742 
3,077 
5,599 
4,583 
4,589 
5,959 
4.160 
5,603 
4,8:58 
■ 3,061 
4,057 
2,787 
1,086 
1,079 
1,595 
6,569 
2,679 
3,520 
2,132 
1,574 
4,299 
11,397 
1,858 
4,:526 
2,648 
2,998 


1,270 
152 
1,260 
477 
1,021 
1,318 
1,335 
1.839 
3.277 
1,978 
1,905 
2,148 
1,944 
1,671 
3, 435 
6,042 
2,782 
800 
2,883 
1,789 
2,595 
1,:581 
3.006 
3,792 
2,585 
1,356 
2.2.55 
1,838 
3,508 
1,438 
774 
5,781 
3,783 
1,000 
2,009 
3.904 
6,033 
4,432 
4,494 
4,637 
3,011 
3,606 
4,051 
2,060 
3,576 
2,057 
974 
659 
1,489 
3.874 
1.929 
2,:509 
1,407 
1,267 
2,440 
5,074 
1,585 
2,847 
1,922 
1,250 


74 

15 

108 
62 
80 
126 
121 
102 
219 
210 
183 
1:57 
132 
154 
2S2 
649 
257 
70 
256 
114 
258 
96 
199 
273 
172 
80 
150 

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99 

87 

386 

316 


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6 




2 
2 
9 
4 
3 
4 
8 
7 
12 
7 
1 
6 
9 
4 
7 
11 
10 


40 


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38 


6' 
10 


§2:6o' 

8.38 


75 


Bfulah . . 


49 


Bladen. 


53 


Brier Creek . 


39 


Brunswick 


22 

5 

21, 
21 
24 

9 
10 
18 
24 
38 
34 


5.55 
12.50 
81.50 
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24.35 

1.10 
58.23 

4.54 
42.76 
10.06 
18.00 


71 


♦Brushy Mountain 

Buncombe . 


84 
87 


Caldwell 


68 


Cape F^ar-Columbus — 

Carolina 

*Catawba River 


45 
60 
7"^ 


Cedar Creek 

Central . 


72 
71 


Chowan 


62 


Eastern 


71 


Elkin 


74 


Flat River 


"2 
"5" 


24 
7 
17 
13 
26 
26 
14 


65.45 
14.00 
5.05 


5 

2 

9 

5 
16 

4 
10 

2 

8 

2 

9 

5 

2 
15 
27 

-- 

20 
23 
10 
24 
14 
13 

7 

7 

7 
16 

5 

8 

2 
12 

9 


56 


French Broad 


60 


Green River 


53 




71 


Johnsion 


52.48 
37.36 


84 


Kings Mountain 

Liberty 


51 
90 




50 


Little River 


"Y 

1 


17 

7 
15 


46.09 


78 




72 


Mecklenburg-Cabarrus 
Mitchell 




100 




56 


Montgomery 


9 
30 
35 


4.83 
208.35 

94.27 
LOO 
9.66 

46.80 


54 


Mt. Zion 


82 


Neuse- Atlantic 


90 




52 


Pee Dee 


162 

173 

348 

240 

346 

353 

2:54 

238 

332 

210 

271 

175 

59 

32 

60 

348 

78 

205 

113 

95 

214 

517 

118 

213 

155 

90 


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2 

1 


23 
32 
23 
23 
33 
49 
25 
22 
28 
10 
23 
23 


73 




- 126 


Pilot Mountain 


108 


Raleigh 


104.84 
12. 05 
105. 79 
4.80 
1.00 
4:5. 46 
16.97 


99 




98 


R )beson 


78 


Sandv Creek 


72 


Sandy Run. 


64 


♦South Fork 


84 


South River 


67 


South Yadkin 


88 






74 




2.00 
11.90 


90 


Stony Fork 


E 


1 

6 

24 


61 


Surrv. 


93 


Tar River 


16.45 


59 

72 


Three Forks 


"5 
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14 

-- 

19 
34 

"'27' 
15 


L25 
9.06 


10 
3 

7 
2 
1 

10 
9 
9 


66 


Transylvania 


66 




80 






57 


N\ est Chi>wan 


37.71 

47.'38' 
4.00 


45 


Western N. C 


85 


W i 1 m i n gton 


66 


Yadkin 


73 




42 














Total 


1,891 


1,669 


210. 154 

1 


147, 150 


11,198 


65 


949 


1,273.76 


459 


70 



Data for 1907. 



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JVOAIANS MISSIOXARY UNION. 

Embracing Woman's Missionary Societies, Young Women's Auxiliaries 

and Sunbeam Societies. 

No. of Contri. 

Societies butions 

Alexander 

Alleghany-Grayson 

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Beulah, Mrs. Mattie Jennings, Blanche 5 $44.60 

Bladen, Mrs. S. D. Singletary, Bladenboro 3 24.67 

Brier Creek 

Brunswick, Mrs. David Ward, Suburb 18 64.12 

Brushy Mountain, Mrs. W. F. Staley, N. Wilkesboro . . 4 96.05 

Buncombe, Miss E. A. Draughan, Asheville 12 1,095.72 

Caldwell 5 ' 59.54 

Cape Fear-Columbus, Mrs, C. C. Smith, Whiteville 7 83.02 

Carolina, Mrs. M. W. Edgerton, Hendersonville 6 98.04 

Catawba River 2 22.92 

Central, Mrs. J. S. Farmer, Raleigh 26 1,561.55 

Chowan 40 707.08 

Cumberland, Mrs. D. C. Rogers, Hope Mills 8 60.50 

Eastern, Mrs. Florence H. Stewart, Clinton 20 219.98 

Elkin 

Flat River 

French Broad, Mrs. M. G. Hudgins, Marshall 14 

Green River, Mrs. A. L. Grayson, Rutherfordton ..... 

Haywood, Mrs. W. C. Allen, Waynesville 

Johnston, Mrs. Ashley Home, Clayton 21 

King's Mountain, Mrs. William Archer, Shelby 

Liberty, Mrs. F, S. Vann, Lexington 

Liberty-Ducktown 

Little River, Mrs. J. W. Gooch, Dunn 

Macon 

Mecklenburg-Cabarrus 14 785.13 

Mitchell, Mrs. Lucretia Young, Ledger 8 166.62 

Montgomery, Mrs. AV, L. Wright, Troy 6 35.70 

Mount Zion, Mrs. Chas. L. Haywood, Durham 49 2,270.48 

Neuse-Atlantic, Mrs. H. L. Grant, Goldsboro 46 1,088.16 

New Found, Mrs. J. M. Frisbee, Leicester, No. 2 3 9.75 

Pee Dee, Mrs. T. B. Henry, Wadesboro 30 492.41 

Piedmont, Mrs. R. W. Stone, Greensboro 36 1,155.89 

Pilot Mountain, Mrs. A. L. Betts, Winston-Salem 23 675.80 

Raleigh, Mrs. E. L. Middleton, Gary 22 774.53 

Roanoke, Mrs. S. J. Everett, Williamston 15 1,185.42 

Robeson, Mrs. R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton 46 1,197.38 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION. 123 

WOIIAN'S MISSIONARY UNION— Continued. 

Sandy Creek, Mrs. R. B. Lineberry, Pittsboro 

Sandy Run, Mrs. T. G. Hamrick, Caroleen 14 

South Fork, Mrs. H. B. Moore, Gastonia 

South Rivei-, Mrs. S. A. Howard, Salemburg 

South Yadkin, Mrs. Delia Burke, Statesville 

Stanly, Mrs. B. W. N. Simms, Albemai-le 

Stone Mountain, j\Irs. T. C. Myers, New Light 

Stony Fork 

Surry 

Tar River, Miss Sallie Allen, Macon, R. F. D 

Tennessee River 

Three Forks 

Transylvania, Mrs. W. H. Duckworth, Brevard 

Tuckaseegee, Mrs. W. E. Gaillard, Sylva 

Union, ISIrs. F. B. Ashcraf t, Monroe 

West Chowan, Miss Mary E. Parker, Menola 75 

Western North Carolina 2 

Wilmington, Mrs. Georgia Pritchard, Wilmington 23 361.22 

Yadkin 

Yancey 7 51.44 

No Association given 1.00 



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14 


209.38 


20 


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18 


172.37 


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124 N. C. BAPTIST STATE GONVENTIOX. 



OFFICERS WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

President: Miss Fannie E. S. Heck, Raleigh. 

Vice-Presidents: Mrs. Livingston Johnson, Raleigh; Mrs. D. T. Sasser, 
Durham; Mrs. D. Rich, Winston- Salem; Mrs. S. H. Burt, Wilming- 
ton; Mrs. W. R. Gwaltney, Hickory. 

Corresponding Secretary: Mrs. Hight C. Moore, Raleigh. 

Treasurer: Mrs. W. N. Jones, Raleigh. 

Recording Secretary: Mrs. J. H. Weathers, Raleigh. 

Secretary Young Woman's Auxiliary: Miss Mary K. Apjilewhite, 
Raleigh. 

Band Superintendent: Miss Elizabeth N. Briggs, Raleigh. 

Central Committee, Raleigh: Mrs. J. R. Barkley, Mrs. J. A. Briggs, 

Mrs. T. H. Briggs, Mrs. N. B. Broughton, Mrs. Walter Clark, Mrs. 

J. S. Farmer, ]\Iiss ]\Iaud Reid, Mrs. W. C. Tyree; Mrs. R. E. Royall, 

Wake Forest. 

The next meeting of the Union will be held at High Point, the fourth 

week in March, 1909. 



NORTH CAROLINA STUDENTS ATTENDING THE SOLTTHERN 
BAPTIST SEMINARY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908. 

I. E. D. Andrews, W. W. Barner, W. Deaton, J. D. Howell, J. E. Kirk, 
B. E. Dunn, E. A. Paul, C. W. Reese, D. J. Hunt, J. B. Weatherspoon, 
R. E. Hoffman, H. I. Stevens, W. D. Poe, J. R. Green, L. A. Parker, 
E. A. Paul, C. A. Leonard, John Beanes and I. E. Wishart. 

The following are accompanied by their wives: C. V. Brooks, A. C. 
Hamby, T. C. Britton, J. C. Owen, J. M. Trogden, E. R. Harris and 
J. B. Jackson. 

The following are in the Woman's Missionary Training School: 
Misses Irene Haire, Belle Tyner and Lettie Spainhour. 



COLORED BAPTISTS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

[Compiled from American Baptist Year Book, 1908.] 

Associations, 44; churches, 1,358; ordained ministers, 1,140; baptisms, 
8,293; total membership, 153,563. 

Sunday Schools, 1,054; officers and teachers, 4,9G5; total enrollment, 
64,317; Sunday School expenses, $11,860.20. 

Number of meeting-houses, 1,109; value of church property, $666,004. 

Contributions to church expenses, $135,426.66; State Missions, .$6,981.- 
06; Home Missions, $10,565; Foreign Missions, $4,546.69; Bible and pub- 
lication work, $2,396.89; education, $12,702.27. miscellaneous, $4,503.99. 
total, $186,428.04. 



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LIST OF ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Reported pastors marked thus*. 



Much \\ork has been done to secure accuracj' in this list and yet many 
errors remain. All information available from minutes of 1907 and 
1908 has been used. Many names formerly on the list could not be 
found in new minutes and were dropped. Many new names have been 
added. Any information leading to accuracy will be appreciated. 



Abernathy, R. B., Hildebrand. 

Adams, G. W., Fair Plains. 
*Adams, J. Q., Charlotte. 
*Adams, M. A., Ahoskie. 

Adams, N. H. Rusk. 
*Adams, J. J., Whiteville. 

Adams, J. Z., State Road. 

Adderton, W. S. Denton. 
"Alderman, J. 0., Tyner 1. 
*Alderman, J. M., Delway. 

Aldi'idge, J. B., Saluda. 

"Alexander, M. P., 

*Allen, N. J., Belcross. 

Allison, A. 0., Penrose. 
*Allison, E., Brevard. 
*Aman, D. F., Marines. 
*Ammons, John, Mars Hill. 
*Andrews, E. C, Plymouth. 
*Annas, J. R. J., Saw Mills. 
-"'Arledge, J. B., Saluda. 

Arnette, H. B., Crossmore. 
*Arnette, D. W., Albemarle. 
*Arnette, J. M., Durham. 

Arrington, J. H., Grapevine. 
*Arrington, T. F., Waynesville. 
*Arrington, C. C, Mt. Airy. 

Avery, W. B., Morehead City. 

*Asbeil, W. T., 

*Atkinson, J. W., Neuse. 
*Austin, D. M., Charlotte. 

Austin, J. H., Hamlet. 
*Austin, C. B., Spray. 

Avant, Jno., Chadbourn. 

*Bailey, J. D., Cowpens. S. C. 
*Bailey, L. J., Marshall. 

Bain, G. A., Dunn. 
*Baker, T. J., Parkton. 

Baker, W. H., Murphy. 

*Baley, L. J., 

*Ballard, W. S., Rowland. 
*Ballard, J. M., Macpelah. 
*Bangle, L. A., Reepsville. 
*Bangle, P. W., Lincolnton. 
"Barker, M. H., Murphy. 



*Barker, J. M., Lomax. 

Barker, W. F., Grassy Creek, 
^Barnes, S. B., Ahoskie. 
^Barnes, K., Orrum. 
*Barnes, D. C, Orrum. 
*Barnes, Jno., Pendleton. 

Barnes, S. D., Boomer. 
*Barrett, W. C.^ Durham. 
*Barrett, W. A. Star. 
"Barrs, W. L., Matthews. 
*Battle, H. ^Y., Kinston. 
*Baucom, H. W., Wake Forest. 
*Beach, J. J., Kings Mountain. 
*Beach, W. R., Cary. 
*Beam, J. A., Leaksville. 
*Beamer, W. H., Mt. Airv. 
*Beaver, C. E., Maiden. 

Beaver, J. T., Burnsville. 
*Beck, A. L., Balsam. 
*Beeker, S. J., Spray. 
*Benfield, J. G., Morganton. 
''Bennett, S. W., Lincolnton. 
"Bennett, J. L., Wingate. 
"Bennett, J. M., Elm City. 
"■'Bennett, James, Pilot Mt. 

Bennett, R. J., New Hill. 

Betts, Alvin, Raleigh. 
"Betts, A. L., Winston-Salem. 

Betts, S. J., Raleigh. 
*Biggs, W. 0., Swansboro. 
*Biibro, W. L., Pollocksville. 

Bingham, D. A., Mulberry. ' 
*Binkley, J. N., Harmony. 
"Bivens, J. A., Monroe. 

Blackburn, S., Grumpier. 
-Black, C. J., Big Lick. 
*Blaloek, J. C, Ledger. 
*Blalock, J. G., Oxford. 
*Blankenship, J. A., Indian Creek 
*Blanton, J. C, Kings Mountain. 
*Bledsoe, T. F., Codv". 
*Blevins, C, New Life. 
*Blevins, J. C, Grassy Creek. 
*Blevins, W. J. A., New Life. 
*Blevins, E., City. 



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Bobbitt, Walter, Littleton. 
*Bomar, E. E., Charlotte. 

Boiugarner, W. O., Collettsville. 

Boone, J. R., Estatoe. 
*Booth, J. H., New Hill. 

*Boren, W. C, 

*Booth, J. H., Jr., Maonolia. 
*Bostick, W. M., Biscoe. 
*Boweu, J. D., Asheboro. 
*Bowers, J. P.. Littleton. 
*Boyd, J. P., Polkton. 
*Bradley, J. A.. Beach. 
*Bradley, W. T., ]Morgan Hill. 
*Bradley, W. L., Democrat. 
tBradshaw, W. R., Hickory. 
^Bridges, S. A., Forest City. 
"'Bridges, B. ^L, Mooresboro. 
*Bridges, D. P., Smithfield. 

Briggs, H. W., Swiss. 

Briggs, J. W., Fairview. 
*Briggs. W. K., Briggsville. 
*Briggs, W. O., Fairbluff. 
*Brinson, H. J., Hewitt. 
*Brisson, W. L., Richardson. 

Brisson, W. M., Guvton. 
*Bristow, S. F., Elizabeth City. 
*Britt, I). C, Rutherfordton. 
*Britt. W. L., Richlands. 
*Britt, P. T., Orrnni. 

Brock, S. R.. Monroe. 
*Brooks, E. M., Albemarle. 
*Brookshire, J. L., Flat Rock. 
+Brown, A. E., Asheville. 
*Brown, Asa, Riverside. 
*Brown, .J. R., Saltville. 
*Brown, T. L., Canton. 
*Brown, F. F., Wake Forest. 
*Brown, J. M., 

Brown, C. C, Mt. Airy. 

Brown, S. F., McGrady. 
*Brown, H. A., Winston- Salem. 

Brown, S. D., Hamptonville. 
*Brown, W. V., Cvcle. 
*Bryant, J. W., Yadkinville. 

Brvant, L., Wilmington. 
•Bryant, H. G., Olive Branch. 
*Bnchanan, E., Black Mountain. 
*Biichanan, C. S., Greensboro. 

Buchanan, H. B., Glen Ayre. 

Bnchanan, W. S., Clarissa. 

Bnff, P. F., Shoiip's Ford. 
*Biillock. C. P., Chadbonrn. 
*Bumgardner, A. P.. !McAdamsville. 
*Bumgarner, W. J., Taylorsville. 

+ Evangelist for Western X. C. 
jSec. Momitnin Work. Home Board. 



*Bunigarner, G. Z., Taj'lorsville. 
"Burcnam, G. M., Elkin. 

Burchtield, D. F., Tuckaseigee. 
"Burchett, J. W., Knottsville. 
"''Burger, G. F., Suit. 
*"Burleson, A. M., Hamlet. 

Burrell, T. C, Havesville. 
*Butler, A. A., Hertford. 
*Byrd, R. L., Tolarsville. 

Cade, Baylus, Boiling Springs. 
'"'Cams, W. R., Chadbourn. 
*Cakh\ell, C. A., Maiden. 
^Caldwell, M. R. N.^ Canton. 
*Cale, D., Potecasi. 
*Cale, J. F., Roxobel. 
*Calhoun, T. J., Medlin. 

Camp, T. C, Hayesville. 
"CamjJbell, J. A., Buie's Creek. 
*Campbell, Xeal, Thaxton. 
-Campbell, W. P., Seven Springs. 

Cannon,. W. M., Elk Park. 

Cape, C. M., Advance. 
*Carroll, R. D., Newton. 

Carroll, S. T., Virgil. 
*Carrick, Thomas, High Point. 
''Carrick, J. Lee, Linwood. 
*Carlton, J. F., Wilbar. 
*Carlton, W. T., Wilkesboro. 
*Carson, J. T., Willetts. 

Carswell, S., Burningtown. 
*Carter, F. R., 

Carter, I. M., Grassy Creek. 

Carter, Henry, Garland. 
*Carter, H. J.*, Hays. 
*Cashwell. C. S., Mocksville. 
*Cashwell, R. X., Parkton. 

Cassiday, W. A., Hayesville. 

Cathron, T. J., Haye-ville. 
*Caudle, T. A., Cooleemee. 

Caudle, T. J., Charlotte. 
"Caudle. A. I., Speed. 
•'Caudill, R. E., Dockery. 
*Chatin. A. F., Seven Springs. 
*C'hambliss, T. W., Wadesboro. 
*Chanipion, R. C, Landrum, S. C. 
*Chaplain, Spencer. Elizabeth City. 

Chapman, H. R., Wake Forest. 
*Cheek. F. B., Whitehead. 
*Cheek, C. W., Havs. No. L 

Childers, W. R., taylorsville. 
*Church, G. H., Dnrliam. 
*Church. W. N. Summit. 

Clark. D. J.. Elizabethtown. 

Clark. :\[. L., Buffalo. 



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"Clark, R. E., Wake Foicdt. 

"Clubb, C. C, Alexander. 

Cleuey, L. M., Raleigh. 
■"'Cobb, J. W., Rockingham. 
"Cobb, J. Vs., Lumber Bridge. 
"Colbv, J. D., Glen. 

•Coffey, R. J., 

^Corner, W. T., Windy Gap. 
"Conrad, S. F., Charlotte. 

Conway, W. W., Granite Falls. 

Cook, J. L., Southern Pines. 

Cook, J. H., Lark. 
*Cook, R. L., Beta. 
*''Cook, W. N., Lenoir. 
"Cook, W. F., Rich Mountain. 
"Cole, C. D., Hendersonville. 
"Coppedge, G. W., Henderson. 

Corn, N. W., Lead. 

Corn, J. P., Flat Rock. 2. 
. "Corn, R. P., 

Corn, N. P. N., Outlook. 

Cornsilk, A., Robinsonville. 
*Coram, R. P., Boonville. 
*Cothren, Grant, Chuckle. 

Crabtree, A. W., 

tCraig, B., Chapel Hill. 

* Craig, J. A., 

*Crater, A. A., Gatesville. 
*Creasman, W. B., Sylva. 
*Creasman, C. D., Wake Forest. 
*Cree, A., Embro. 
*Creech, Worley, Kenly. 
*Crews, R. W., Germanton. 
*Crisp, John, Lenoir. 

Crisp, J. F., Durham. 
*Crisp, S. M., Japan. 
*Crisp, E. D., Lenoir. 
"Crisp, T. J., Conetoe. 

Cronister, H. B., Maiden. 
-^^Croom, H. M., Old Fort. 

Crow, J. W., Grapevine. 

"Crowder, T. W., 

*Crudup, Josiah, Rockingham. 
*Crutchfield, T. S., Thomasville. 
-"CuUom, W. R., W^ake Forest. 

Cunningham, H. A., Swain. 
■•Currant, J. M., Roby. 

*Davenport, J. E. ]\L, Troy. 
"Davis, J. G., Wake Forest. 
"Davis, M. P.. Coleraine. 
"Davis, T. B., Morehead City. 
*Davis, A. C, Olive Branch. 
*Davis, A. W., W^ebster. 
*Davis, 'J. F., Boone. 
'Davis, R. Lee, Hiddenite. 

t Evangelist for Eastern X. C. 

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Davis, D. C, Cove Creek. 
"Davis, W. R., Advance. 
"Day, T. J., VVarrensville. 

Day, F. N., Winston- Salem. 

Dennis, J. D., Fuquay Springs. 

Denton, J. R., Dysartville. 
"Devenny, J. V., Sylva. 

Devin, R. L, Oxford. 
"Deweese, E. A., Murphy. 

"Deweese, J. E., 

"Dietz, T. F., Bryson City. 

Dills, M. S., Young Harris, Ga. 
"Dixon, L. R., Mt. Vernon Springs. 
"Dixon, T., Fallston. 
*Doan, J. R., Henderson. 

'Dobson, J. H., Atkinson. 
'^Dowell, G. J., Williamston. 
*Dowell, C. L., Carthage. 
"Downej', J. W., East Durham. 
"Drake, T. A., Hendersonville. 

Dudley, H. L., Asheville. 
'•"Duke, G. M., Mapleville. 

Duncan, J. W., Ledger. 

Dunn, W. C, Balsam Grove. 
*Dunaway, A. B., Oxford. 
*Dunaway, J. M., Spencer. 
"Dunnigan, W. E., West Durham. 
*Durham, C. H., Lumberton. 

*Eatman, P. J., 

*Early, B. G., Chalybeate Springs. 

Ebletoft, T. W., 

Early, W. R., Tuckaseigee. 
"Edmundson, John T., Raleigh. 
"^Edwards, J. R., Sanford. 

Edwards, W^ S., Roaring River. 
*Edwards, D. D., Gary. 
*Edwards, C. E., W^indsor. 

Edwards, J. R., Needmore. 

Edwards, W. H., Durham. 

Eldreth, Jerome, Dyson. 
*Edwards, W. S., Roaring River. 

Ellen, M. H., East Durham. 
"Eller, A. J., Wilbar. 
*Eller, J. F., Vilas. 
■'Eller, J. L., Parsonville. 
*Eller, W. H., Greensboro. 

Ellington, E. P., Wake Forest. 
^Elliott, Josiah, Hertford. 
*Elsom, P. G., Raleigh. 

Ervin, C. M., Hickory. 
*>E9tridge, W. F., W^axhaw. 
*Eudy, G. L., Efird's Mills. 

^Farmer, J. S., Raleigh. 
*Farthing, C. S., Sugar Grove. 

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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CO^'VENTION. 



Faulkner, J. K., Buffalo Junction, 
2 Va. 
*Faithing, J. H., Sweetwater. 
*Felmet, C. F., Drayton, S. C. 

Felmet, J. P., 

Fender, A., Laurelton. 
*Ferguson, B. V., Reids\ille. 

Ferguson, P. A., Lambsville. 
*Ferrebee, J. B., Elizabeth City. 
*Fiddler, F. L., High Point. 
•Fields, C. F., Elkin. 

Flanders, W. N., Winston. 
•Fleming, J. M., Lumberton. 
•Fletcher, J. F., Whitehead. 
•Fontaine, P. H., Woodsdale, 2. 

Forester, J. S., N. Wilkesboro. 

Foster, J. A., Glass. 

Fox, S. L., Vilas. 
*Fox, E. L., Clinton. 
•Franklin, James, Houck. 

Franklin, R. J., Joynes. 
•Freeman, A. J., Bladenboro. 
•Freeman, H. R., TJree. 
•Freeman, T. N. Swain. 

Fulford, W. J., Raeford. 
•Fulbright, J. 0., Southport. 

Fuqua, S. W., Eagle Springs. 

Gaillard, W. E., Sylva. 
•Gay, R. L., Aulander. 
•Gibbs, J. M., Cotton. 
•Gibbs, N. H., Benson. 
•Glenn, J. T., Hemlock. 
•Glenn, W. H., Thaxton. 
•Gibbs, J. A., Whittier. 

Gilbert, R. M.. Ednevville. 
•Glidewell. C. W., Reidsville. 
•Goforth, M. A., Asheville. 

Goforth, S. S.. Lovelace. 

Gold, W. M., Ellenboro. 

Goode, W. E., 

•Goode, J. M., Mooresboro. 
•Gooden, A. H.. Xew Hope. 
•Gordon, J. H., Averitt, Va. 

Gosnold, G. W.. Asheville. 

Gouge, J. A., Boonford. 

Gouge, D. A., Bandnna. 

Gower. C. E.. Raleigh. 

Graham, H. W., Swann Station. 

•Graham, T. J., 

•Gray, J. J., Etowah. 
•Green, D. A., Whalev. 

Greaves. C. L., New Born. 
•Green, David, Zionville. 
•Green, G. W., Canton, China. 
•Green, B. P., Mooresboro. 

Green, C. M., Parkersburg. 



"Green, J. R., Clyde. 

Green, Solomon, Virgil. 

*Greene, Edmund, 

"Greene, L. H., Bakersville. 
*Green, M. L., Ahoskie. 

Greene, S. H., Warne. 
"Greene, S. M., Clarissa. 
•Greene, J. R., Clyde. 

Greene, R. G., Statesville. 

Gritlin, J. W., Stanly. 

Griffith, S. N., Shooting Ci-eek. 
•Griggs, W. L., Franklin. 
•Grindstaff, I., Bakersville. 
•Gulledge, J. G., Monroe, 1, 
•Guffey, W. H., Franklin. 
•Gwaltney, J. P., Hiddenite. 

Gwaltney, H. H., Vernon. 
•Gwaltney, J. S., Morganton. 
•Gwaltney, L. P., Hiddenite. 
•Gwyn, E. X., Jennings. 

Hackney, J. P., Franklinville. 
•Hackney, J. A., Burlington. 
•Haganian, J. P., Lenoir. 

Hagaman, J. G., Vilas. 

Hagwood, J. S., Raleigh. 
•Haight, W. R., Elizabeth City. 
•Haire, P. H., Fleetwood. 
•Hale, Fred D., Wilmington. 

Hall, A. J., Brvson Citv. 
•Hall, J. J., Fayetteville. 
•Hall, L. P., Canton. 

Hall, J. W., Bold Creek. 
•Hall, W. G., Rocky ]Mount. 
•Hall, S. W., Pinnacle. 
•Ham, J. W., New Bern. 
•Hamby, A. C., Seminary. 

Hamilton, L. C, Etowah. 

Hamilton, R. F., Etowah. 
•Hammond, J. F., Wingate. 
•Hampton, N. S., Bamboo. 

Hampton, J. C, Hayesville. 
•Hamrick, B. M., Rutherfordton. 
•Hamrick. J. M., Henrietta. 
•Handy, E., Radical. 
•Hanev. J. F.. Horse Shoe. 
•Hart," Rilev, Park, Va. 
•Harmon. G. W.. Ore Hill. 
•Harrell, E. J., Lumber Bridge. 

Harrelson, H., Homer, S. C. 
•Harrelson. J., Clnrendon. 
*Harrill, Z. D., Ellenboro. 
•Harrill, J. D., Shelbv. 4. 
•Harrill, H. D., Forest City. 
•Harrill, G. P., Tnrboro. 

Harris, E. R., Hamlet. 
•Harris, B. B., Dysartville. 



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*Harris, J. S., Albemarle. 

Harris, J. H. Canton. 
♦Harris, T. C, Forest City. 
*Harris, L. W. Eldorado. 
*Harris, J. M., Dogwood. 
*Harris, G. A., South Boston, Va. 

Harris, W. M., Roaring Gap. 
*Hart, T. W., Virgilina, Va. 
*Harte, J. D., Hickory. 
*Hartsell, J. W., Cameron. 

Hathcock, U. F., Albemarle. 
*Ha\vkins, R. N., Shelby, 3. 
*Haymore, R. D., Mt. Airy. 
*Haymore, C.C, Mt. Airy. 
*Haynes, J. M., Clyde. 
*Haynes, W. L., Gilky. 

Hayes, R. S., Saginaw. 

Heatherly, L. R., Saluda. 
*Hedgpeth, I. P., Lumberton. 
*Hedgepeth, R. A., Barnesville. 
*Hedley, Wm., Reidsville. 

Hegler, D. I., Olin. 
*Heilig, J. A., Salisbury. 
*Helms, D. F., Concord. 
*Henderson, G. J., Rugby, Va. 

*Henderson, J. K., 

*Henderson, G. W., Blaine. 

*Henderson. Z. I., 

*Henley, J. M., Sanford, 3. 

Hensley, Jas., Cherokee. 

Hensley, S. B., Burnsville. 

Hensley, T. A., Burnsville. 

Hermon, P. E., Vilas. 

Herring, D. W., Ching Kiang, 
China. 
*Herring, R. H., Siler City. 
*Hester, C. R., Dublin. 

Hester, S., Bladenboro. 
*Hewitt, D. L., Shallotte. 
*Hickman, G. T., Winnabow. 
*Hilburn, D.' H., Bladenboro. 
*Hilburn, Rufus M., Bladenboro. 

Hildebrand, I. M., Hickory. 
*Hilliard, J. M., Gary. 
*Hilliard, S. C, Wake Forest. 
*Hipps, R. H.. SprinsT Creek. 

Hix, H. v., N. Wilkesboro, No. 1. 
*Hobbs, L. M., Anex. 
*Hocutt, J. C, Chapel Hill. 
*Hocutt, J. D., Ashton. 
*Hocutt, J. E., Nashville. 

Hodge, J. F., Craven. 
*Hogan, N. R., Murphv. 
*Ho?an, K. W.. Wake Forest. 

Hogue, G. F., Boonville. 
*Hoeue. H. J.. Wesser. 
*Hogsed, W. D., Murphy. 



Holbrook, Jno., Roaring River. 

Hollar, L, Olin. 
*Hollenian, J. M., Apex. 
*Holloman, W. A., Jonesville. 
*Holsclaw, T. C, Clotho. 
*Honeycutt, G. A., Albemarle. 
*Honeycutt, R., Clinton. 
*Hood, T. J., Goldsboro, 4. 

Hood, A. T., Cleveland. 
*Hooker, W. H., Alexander. 
^Hooper, L. W., Tuckasiegee. 

Hooper, C. F., Clinton. 
*Hord, A. T., Cleveland. 
*Horner, K. C, Wilkesboro. 
*Horrell, R. W., Selma. 
*Hough, W. A., Cornelius. 

Howard, H. H., Ramsay Town. 
"Howell, A. T., Murfreesboro. 
*Hoyle, J. A., Gastonia. 

Hoyle, B. M., Estatoe. 
*Hudgins, Richard, Bat Cave. 

*Hudson, J. L., 

*Hudson, L. L., Wake Forest. 

Hufham, N. D., Robeson. 

Hufham, J. D., Henderson. 
'■'Hughes, S. A., Valley. 
*Hughes, Jno. G., Hendersonville. 
*Hull, W. F., Camp Creek. 
*Hulten, H. H., Charlotte. 

Hume, Thos., Chapel Hill. 
Humphrey, D. B., Parkton. 

Humphrey, W. A., Fayetteville. 

Humphrey, H. B., Lumberton. 
*Hunt, A., Gamble's Store. 
*Hunt, D. J., Union Mills. 

Hunter, Jno., Green Mountain. 

Hurlev, A., Weasel. 
*Hurst', W. T., Wake Forest. 
*Hutchinson, J. H., Raleigh. 
*Hyde, H. H., Bryson City. 

""Ingram, H. M. Star. 
*Irby, T. C, Waxhaw. 
*Irvin, A. C, Shelby, 5. 
*Irvinff, C. M., Maiden. 
*Ives, S. Albert, Pine Bluflf. 
*Ivory, G. C, 

*Jackson, B. P., Bright. 

Jackson, W. D., Stocksville. 
*Jackson, Elbert, Landrum, S. C. 
*Jackson, .T. B., S. B. T. Seminary. 

James, W. C, Mt. Airy. 
*James, R. H., Mar^hville. 

Jameson. Wm., Swiss. 

Jarrell, Eli H.. Randleman. 

Jarvis, J. F., Adley. 



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"Jarvis, X. T., Jaivis. 

Jennings, T. L.. Jennings. 

Jennings, S. S., Gray. 
-Jenkins, J. T., Wilson. 
'■'Jenkins, C. A., Statesville. 
"Jervis, C. E., Democrat. 
"Johnson, D. L., Downingsville. 

Johnson, E. M., Plum Tree. 

* Johnson, E. 0., St. Paul's. 
^Johnson, W. O., St. Paul. 
tJohnson, L., Raleigh. 
*Johnson, Wm. P., Cedar Creek. 
*Johnson, J. B., Walnut Cove. 
Molly, J. P., Elkin. 

"Jones, E. F., Zionville. 
*Jones, G. S. Hendersonville. 
*Jones, F. H., Reidsville. 

* Jones, Troy, Montezuma. 
Jones, J. P., Poyal. 

"Jones, R. H., Roxboro, 5. 
"Jones, W. J., Salemburg. 
^Jordan, F. M., Calvert. 
-Jordan, J. P., Star. 
"Jordan, James, Franklinville. 
-Jordan, S., Robbinsville. 
*Jordan, W. P., Colerain. 
"Joyce, J. A., Sandy Ridge. 
*Joyner, A. V., Wise. 
^Justice, T. B., Franklinton. 
^Justice, A. I., Hendersonville. 
*Justice, C. B., Putherfordton. 
JJustice, J. M., Hendersonville. 

Keaton, T. C, Mayodan. 
^Keller, O. A., Yanceyville. 
^Kennedy, D. S., Warsaw. 
§Kesler. 'm. L.. Thoma-ville. 
*Key, W. H., Gray. 
*King, F. D., Jonesboro. 

*Kinsey, W. S., 

*King, J. D., Wampler. 

King, M. C, Robeson. 
*King, L. C, Gamewell. 

King. C, Hendersonville. 
*King. T. C. Franklin. 
*King. T. H.. Winterville. 
*King, W. G.. New Bern. 
*King, S. W.. Burnsville. 
*Kinsland. J. L.. Franklin. 
"Kirk, J. E., China Grove. 

Kirk, J. L., Newell. 

Kirk. .T. T.. Siloam. 

Kirkland, J. L., Franklin. 

Kuykcndall, P. A., Dana. 

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tMis.siiorary to Argentina. 

? General Manager of Orphnnagc. 



*Kyle, W. L., Raleigh. 
"Kuykendall, W. T., Asheville. 

Laffoon, W. J., High Point. 

Lancaster, J. F., Kernersville. 

Lanej', J. C, Wayside. 
"Lanning, Jeff, China Grove. 

Lansdeil, J. J., Durham. 
■■'Larkins, J. D., Morganton. 
"Lassiter, E. M., Cary. 
"Lawhon, W. H. H., Carthage. 
^Laughter, B. C, Bob. 
"Leach, il. J. Lassiter. 
"Ledford, B. M. Ranger. 

Ledford, A. M., Otto. 
*Lee, W. M., Summit. 

Lee, M. L., Fairmont. 

Leonard, C. A., Statesville. 

Lester, J. H., Gee. 
""Lewis, John, Southern l*ines. 
''Lewis, L. G., Thomasville. 

Lewis, J. L.. Big Laurel. 

Limrick, P. L., Ayr. 

Linney, W. E., Hiddenite. 
"Lineberry, P. B., Pittsboro. 

Lindsay, D. S., Swain. 

Liner, J. P., Waynesville. 
"Little, J. W., Lemon Springs. 
"Little, T. B., Marshville. 

Littleton, J. W.. Albemarle. 
^Loftin, I. N., Elizabeth City. 
"Long, Edward, Marion. 

Logan, W. H., Ayr. 

Loudennilk, J. L., Ellijay. 

Loving, W. B., Fayetteville. 
'Lowe, A. E., Brvson Citv. 
*Lowe, C. G., Enfield. 
"Lumpkin, G. T., Winston- Salem. 
*Lunsford, Wm., Asheville. 
*Lvnch, J. W., Wake Forest. 
^Lyon, T. M., Trap Hill. 

^Maddry, Charles E., Greensboro. 

Mance, A. H.. Southern Pines. 
"Mangimi, 0. P., Selma. 

':\ranlv, J. K., 

^Marion, T. G., Crutchfield. 

iMarlev, H. C. Murphy, 
'ilarr.'w. W., Mars Hill. 
■-'Marsh, A., Marshville. 
•':Marsh. P. H.. Oxford. 
^Marshall, J. R., Wilmington. 
^Marshall, 0. N. Henderson. 
*:Martin. C. H. Polkton. 



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*Martin, J. M., Stuart, Va. 
*Martin, C. F., Murphy. 

Martin, J. H., Haraptonville. 

"Martin, J. L., Raleigh. 
'Martin, 0. J., Siloam. 
*Martin, G. A., Wilmington. 
"'Martin, J. M., Stuart, Va. 

Marshburn, A. B., Nealsvillc. 

Marshburn, L. I., Duval. 
*Mashburn, H. H., Edenton. 

Mason, W. C, Duvall. 

Matheson, W. B., Robbinsville. 

Matthews, J. B., Aulander. 
*May, G. W., Castalia. 
'May, S. S.., Yadkinville. 
*McCann, Levi, Trap Hill. 
*McCarson, J. L. Hendersonville. 
'^McCarter, Jesse, Belhaven. 
*McCurry, J. H., Asheville. 
*McDuffie, J. F., Chapel Hill, 3. 

McFall, W. T., Emma. 
*McFee, P. T., Marshall. 
'McClure, W. B., Alexis. 
*McFarland, R. A., Scotland Neck. 
''McGee, J. F., Culberson. 
*McGinnis, I. J., Vilas. 
*McKinney, C. H., Bakersville. 

McLendon, J. J., Indian Trail. 
''McLeod, D., Mebane. 

McMillan, J. A., Burnsville. 
■'^McNeil, M., Wilkesboro. 
*McPheeters, S. F., Harvard. 

Meadows, W. C, Poor's Knob. 
*Meeks, 0. P., Fayetteville. 

Melvin, W. S., Parkersburg. 
*Mercer, I. M., Rocky Mount. 

Mercer, M. V., Harrellsville. 
*Merrell, G. L., Swan Quarter. 
*Michael, W. H., Sutherland. 
*Miles, Wm., Miles. 

Miller, Daniel L., Short. 
^Miller, I. C, Stony Fork. 
''Miller, John R., High Point. 

Miller, R. V., Hendersonville. 

Miller, H. 0., Highlands. 
■•'Miller, H., vSherman. 
"Miller, Chester, Fairview. 

Miller, D., Ramseytown. 
*Mills, G. T., Apex. 
*Mintz, M. L., Buie's Creek. 

Mitchell, E., Osbornville. 
■''Mitchell, 0. B., Wake Forest. 
""'Mitchener, J. F., States^nUe. 
*Mizell, J. C, Funston. 
*Monteith, T. J., Japan. 
■"Moncrief, A. J.. Raleigh. 



fMoore, Hight C, Raleigh. 

Moore, Warren, Lenoir, 

Moore, I. F., Clyde. 

Moore, R. A., Red Springs. 

Moore, R. R., Ore Hill. 
■"Moose, J. D., Charlotte. 
■■Morgan, S. L., Red Springs. 

Morgan, E. J. Candler. 

Morgan, S. J., Morgan Hill.' 
"Morgan, F. M., Flats. 
*Morris, W. A. Hendersonville. 
■^Morton, D. S., Albemarle. 
''Morton, W. B., Columbia. 
""'Morton, H., Thomasville. 
■"Moss, T. J., Forest City. 

Motley, R. L., Salisbury. 

-"Mulkey, J. T., 

*Mull, W. B., Connelly Springs. 
*Mull, W. F., Mull's Grove. 
'"Murray, J. F., Swansboro. 
*Murry, L. B., State Road. 
■"Myers, W. W., N. Wilkesboro. 

Myers, D. R., Salisbury. 
'Myers, T. C. Martin. 
*Myers, W. A., New Castle. 

Nanny, J. H., Union INIills. 

Neeves, J. M., Grumpier. 
'"Nelson, J. H., Patterson. 
"Newton, J. B., Kerr. 
*Newton, J. D., Thomasville. 
"Newton, I. T., Fallston. 

Newton, B. F., Casar. 

Nichols, J. T., Purlear. 
*Nobles, J. W"., Kenly. 
*Norket, L. R., Mt. Island. 

Norman, M. A.,' Addie. 

Norris, E., Crusoe. 

Norris, H. W., Cosmo. 

Norris, Isaac, Crusoe. 
*Norris, C. H., Holly Springs. 

Norris, .John, Sweetwater. 
"Norton, J. E., Murphy. 
'"'Nowell, W. C, Spring Hope. 

"Oldham. S. W., Graham. 
■"Olive, J. B., Maysvillc. 
"Olive, W. S. Apex. 
"Oliver, P., King. 

Ollis, W. H. Ingalls. 
"O'Neill, G. G., Asheville. 

Orr, G. W., Millsaps. 
"Orr, P. P., Clotho. 
"Chven, S. C, Candler. 
"Owen, J. H., Fidelity. 
■"Owen, J. L., Glenville. 
"Owen, J. R., Lake Toxaway. 

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*Pace, J. R., Oxford. 
*Page, J. M., Rose Hill. 

Page, S. C, Dunn. 
*Page, Wiley M., Dunn, No. 4. 
*Paiker, L. A., Menola. 
*Paidue, A. T., Roaring River. 
*Pastor, P. J., Gibbs. 
*Patton, R. L., Morgantou. 
*Paul, E. A., Urrum. 
*Payne, J. M., Blowing Rock. 
*Payseur, C. W., Lawnsdale. 
*Peek, 1. T., Short. 

Pendergrass, J. R., Franklin. 

Pennell, A. jNI., Taylorsville, 4. 
*Pernell, P. H., Rockingham. 

Phillips, J. L., Houck. 
*Phillips, J. B., Lenoir. 
*Pickeus. J. M., Jupiter. 
*Pippin, A. A., Wakefield 
*Pittman, S. M., Frank. 
*Pittman, R., Ledger. 
*Plott, J. T., Hayesville. 
*Plemmons, B. B., Trust. 

Pless, W. N., Crusoe. 

Foe, E. A., Morffanton, 3. 
*Poe, E. D., Wak^e Forest. 

Poindexter, A. D., Richmond Hill. 

Ponder, J. S., Faust. 
*Ponder, R. D., Buckner. 
*Pool, D. W., Tavlorsville. 3. 

Porter, C. W., Elm City. 
*Porter, W. F., Radical. 
*Porter, A. H., Whiteville. 
*Po?ev, T. H., Columbus. 
*Poteat, J. H., Columbia. 

*Powell, J. M., 

*rowell, R. E., Blanche. 
*Po\vers, Oscar L., High Point 
*Preslar, M. D. L., Monroe. 
•Presley, T. M. Biltmore. 
*Prevatt, F. A., Lumberton. 
*Prevatt, John. Buie. 
*Pridgen, M.. Fair Bluff. 
*Proffitt, M. S., Democrat. 
*Pruett, L. R., Charlotte. 
*Pruitt, Julius, Charlotte. 
*Pruitt, Wm.. Almond. 

Pugh, .J. H., Randleman. 
*Putnam, J. W., Magnetic City. 
*Putnam, D. F., Benson. 

Pyatte, M. F., Nebo. 

*Queen, Cicero, Casar. 
*Queen, A. C, Wolf Mountain. 

Queen, L. E., Cowartz. 

Queen, Thos. H., Balsam. 



*Ragland, T. J., Aurora. 
*Rains, S. A., Nantahala. 

Ray, G. ^., Peusacola. 
^Rector, J. A., Morganton. 
*Reddish, W'. H., Gastouia. 
*Redman, T. E., New Hope. 
*Redfern, R. D., White's Store. 

Reece, J. F.. Alvarado, Va. 

Reed, W. W., Willetts. 

Reid, James B., Hughes. 
*Reed, G. W., Reidsville. 
*Renfrow, W. B., Matthews. 
*Revis, W. A., Suit. 

Rice, J. B., Big Laurel. 
*Richardson, J. B., High Point. 
*Riddle, B. B., Pensacola. 

Riddle, H. L., Cane River. 
*Rivenbark, W. B., Teachey's. 
•Roberts, D. J., Elkspur. 
•Roberts, L. C, Hollywood. 
•Robertson, W. A., Barnardsville. 
•Robeson, H. S., Shallotte. 

Robinson, C. M., Hickory. 
•Rock, C. M., ilount Olive. 

Rodgers, James, Mints. 
•Rogers, L. A., Mull's Grove. 
•Rogers, J. L., Whitakers. 

Rogers, M., Bushnell. 
•Rollins, B. F., Cana. 
•Rowell, J. W., Liberty. 
tRoyall, W. B., Wake Forest. 
•Ruske, J. T., Rockford. 
*Rup])e, John, Maud, S. C. 
•Roy all, W^ C. Benson. 
•Ryland, C. P., Roxboro. 
•Sams, J. F., Cane River. 
•Sandling, R. C, Clinton. 

Sasser, T. M., Fig Lick. 

Savage, F., Teachey's. 
•Sawyer, E. F., Elizabeth City. 
•Scarborough, C. W., Murfrees- 

boro. 
•Scott, J. J., Orrum. 
•Scotten, A. K.. Coleridge. 

Sears, D. R., Siler City. 

Seagle, L. M., Luck. 

Sfago, P. H., Lilesville. 
•Sebastian, G. W^, Hay Meadow. 
•Sentelle, R. A., Waynesville. 

Sentelle, J. E., Etowah. 

Settlemyer, G. W., Henrietta. 

Setzer, A. W.. Newton, No. 2. 
'Seymour, T. Y., Wake Forest. 
•Shaver, J. M., Dealville. 
•Shaw. F. W., Cedar Falls. 
"Sheets, Henry, Lexington. 

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*Siiell, P. J., Gibbs. 
*Shell, J. J., Gibbs. 

Shell, J. T., Petra Mills. 
*Shepheid, N. H., Fremont. 
*Shenvood, A. C, Winton. 
*Sheiwoo(i, J. J. L., Granite Falls. 
*Sliinn, J. L., Marshville. 
*"bhipman, Z. A., Etowah. 
*Shoaf, R. L., Warrensville. 
*Silver, E. D., Newdale. 

Simmons, S. F., Jonesville. 
'"Simmons, J. W., Mt. Airy. 
*Simons, W. F., Nina. 
*Sims, A. H., Shelby. 
*Simms, B. W. N., Albemarle. 
■"Singleton, T. C, Wake Forest. 

Singleton, J. T., 

Sisk, I. G., Winston-Salem. 

Sitton, J. G., W'illetts. 
*Sledge, J. W,, Louisburg, No. 4. 
*Smiley, J. S., Bryson City. 

Smith, J. F., Ozark. 

Smith, A. B., Marble. 
*Smith, C. C, Whiteville. 
■*Smith, James A., Wilmington. 
*Smith, J. T., Westfield. 
*Smith, J. W., Catharine Lake. 

*Smith, G. W., 

*Smith, J. L., Siler City. 

Smith, R. L., Crossmore. 
*Sneed, I. F., 

Snider, E. C, Wingate. 
"Snider, J. W., Concord. 

Snider, R. L., Cherokee. 

Snow, .J. A., Dobson. 
*Solesbee, A. S., Lookout. 
*Sorrell, A. P., Garden City. 
^Sothern, W. P., Salisbury. 
*Sparks, W. H., Burnsville. 
*Sparks, A., Ledger. 
*Sparks, J. C, Cello. 
*Speight, J. A., Berkeley, Va. 
*Speight, T. T., Windsor, ±v. F. D. 
■"Spencer, M., Cliffs. 
tSpilman, B. W., Kinston. 
*Sprinkle, A. J., Jupiter. 
■•^Staley, W. F., Greensboro. 
*Stallings, J. N., Salisbury. 
■"Stallings, N. P., Bayboro. 
*Stamey, E. A., Altamont. 

Stamey, J. G., Balsam Grove. 
*Stan]ey, C, Chadbourn. 
*Stanley, J. F., Hemlock. 
*Stanberry, J. S., -Judson. 
"Stephens, A. B., Autryville. 

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*Stei3hens, M. A., Lumberton. 
*Stephenson, R. S., Raleigh. 
*Stephenson, R. D., Windsor. 
*Stevens, H. T., Wake Forest. 
*Stewart, J. L., Clinton. 

Stanly, G. W., Molly. 

Staton, J. S., Zirconia. 

Staton, M. M., Saluda. 

Stepp, J. G., Blue Ridge. 
■^Stewart, J. L., Clinton. 
"*Stone, C. H., Round Peak. 
*Stone, E. W., Elizabeth City. 

Stough, A. L., Pineville. 
■"Stout, James, Baker's Gap. 
*Stradley, J. A., Oxford. 
*Stradley, E. P., Asheville. 
*Striekland, W. H., Proximity. 
*Stringfield, 0. L., Maiden. 
*Sullivan, J. A., Washington. 
*Stringfield, J. H., Atkinson. 
*Summey, J. A., Rockwell. 
*Suttle, J. W., Marshall. 

Sitton, J. D., Painter. 
*Swaim, S. D., Lexington. 
*Swaim, V. M., Statesville. 
*Swope, W. P., Louisburg. 

*Talbirt, W. T., Concord. 
*Tate, R. J., Fingerville, S. C. 
■*Tatum, T. A., Elizabeth City. 
JTaylor, C. E., Wake Forest. 
*Taylor, T. J., W^arrenton. 

Teeter, E. D., Locust. 

Tedder, D. A., Charlotte. 
*Tew, C. T., Cherryyille. 
-*Tew, John 0., Fayetteville. 
*Thomas, C. A. G., Monroe. 
^Thomas, I. W., Lenoir. 
■"Thomas, James C, Bandana. 

Thompson, K., Kapp's Mills. 

Thompson, W. M. Lilesyille. 
^Thornton, T. H., Clayton. 
*Timmons, J. D., Beaufort. 
*Tipton, S. D., Burnsyille. 
*Toney, B. M., Bostic. 
*Toney, B. W., Bostic. 
*Townsend, B., Broadway. 
*Treadway, E. R., Trust.^ 
*Triplett,"0. W., West Durham. 

Triyett, J. W., Dark Ridge. 

Trivett, J. S.. Fleetwood. 
■^Trivett, G. W., Sugar Groye. 
■*Trogden, .J. M., Revolution. 
*Tucker, Elihu, Grassy Creek. 
*Tunstall, Geo., Wake Forest. 

I Professor Wake Forest College. 



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.A. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTWy. 



-Turner, E. W., Siloam. 
*Tyner, J. T., Whiteville. 
-Tyree, W. C, Raleigh. 

*Usry, E. G., Oxford, 2. 
*Utley, C. H., Burgaw. 

*Vanhoy, W. H., Hamptouville. 
§Vaiiii, R. T., Raleigh. 

Vernon, J. H., Wake Forest. 
-Vernon, T. L., Rocky Mount. 

Vestal, M. H.. Jonesville. 
^Vinson, J. D.. Otto. 
"Vinson, T. J., Gneiss. 

VippeiTiian, J. H., High Point. 
*Vipperman, J. L., Dallas. 
-Vippernian, D. E., Halifax. 

*\Vadkins. W. E.. Concord. 
*Wafl', W. B., Conway. 
Walker. G. B., Whittingtou. 
*Walker, R. P., Lenoir. 

* Walker. M., Swan Creek. 
*Wall. W. H., Rutherfordton. 
*Wall. J. O., Ashevifle. 
■nVall, Zeno, Cliffside. 

Walts. E. 13.. Sharpsburg. 
Ward. J. C. Flat Rock. 

* Washburn, D. G.. Shelby. 4. 
*Watkins, G. T., Goldsboro. 
-Watson, T. D., Oconalufty. 
■'"Watson. S. X.. Concord. 
*Watts, J. T.. Lexington. 
*Waycaster, J. R., Estatoe. 
^Weatherman, J. G.. Jennings. 
*Weatherspoon, J. B.. Durlmui. 

Weaver. G. H.. Harnionv. 

Webb, G. M.. Shelby. 
*Wells, C. G.. ]\Iooresville. 
*Weston, E. L., Coolemee. 
*Wharton, Geo., Hendersonville. 

AAHiisnant. E. S., Maiden. 
-n\liitaker, H. C. Andrews. 
*White, J. A., Taylorsville. 
*White. J. L.. Greensboro. 

Wliite^ J. :M., Apex. 

White. G. W.. Rockvhock. 

White, R. T., Conway. 
*White, W. W., Greensboro. 

^Presiflcnt Bap. T'niv. for Women. 



"\Miitehead, W. H., Intelligence. 

Whitener, P, A., Morganton. 
"Whiteside, J. R., Uree. 
^Whiteside, Z. T., Uree. 
nVhitley, J. W., Union Mills. 
-Whitlock, C. F., Wilmington. 
-Whitmire, A. S., 

Wiggins, A., Bryson City. 
"Wilcox, A. G., Brinkleyville. 

Wilcox, Wm., McGuire. 
"Wilcox, B. F., McGuire. 

Wild, J. M., Marshall. 
-'Wildman, J. W., Chapel Hill. 
'"\Vilhoit, G. O.. Ansonville. 

Wilkins, W. E., Maiden. 
"Williams, A. J., Zephyr. 

Williams, B. B., Harrelsville. 
"Williams, C. C, Spring Hope. 

Williams, 0. P., Bryson City. 
nVilliams, J. G.. Star. 
^'Willis, H. A., Weldon. 
■'Willis, W. W., Fairmont. 

Willis, .7. B., Wake Forest. 

Willoughby, R., Lumberton. 

Willougliby, J. A., Poplar Branch. 
"Wilson, L. A., Meat Camp. 
■"Wilson, L. C, Sugar Groye. 
"Wilson, W. E., Rutherfordton. 
■'Wilson, W. H., Madison. 
■'Wilson, W. M.. Ramseytown. 

Wilson, S. B., Fair Bluff. 
■-'Wishart, I. E., Lumberton. 
"^^'olmeslv, H., Wilmington. 
■'Wood, T. G., INLnxton, Xo. 4. 
^Wood. U. A.. Mars Hill. 
*Woodfin, J. F., Blanton. 
"Woodall, W. H., Clyde. 
"Woodard, J. S., Xeedmore. 

Woodruff, W. A.. Oyal. 

Woodson. C. J., Shelby. 
*Wooten. F. T., Chadbourii. 
*Wyatt, W. J.. Troutman. 
-'Wyneoop, A. H.. ^Morganton. 



*Younce 


. J. 


L.. 


Franklin. 


Younce, 


, D. 


A. 


. Kyle. 


Young, 


P. 


R.. 


Dillsboro, 


Young, 


A. 


W. 


, Scaly. 



Young, R. M.. Bakersville. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL SECRETARIES AND COMMITTEES 



The following brethren have been chosen to organize and lead our 
forces in their respective Associations: 



Alexander — 
Alleghany-Grayson- — 
Ashe— 

H. A. EUer, Berlin. 
Beulah — 

J. S. Harvey, Danville, Va., 5. 
Bladen — 

F. S. Averitt, Abbottsburg. 
Brier Creek — 

Rev. E. N. Gwynn, Jennings, 1. 
Brunswick — 

Rev. J. 0. Fulbright, Southport. 
Brushy Mountain — • 

W. H. Church, N. Wilkesboro. 
Buncombe — • 

T. J. Rickman, Asheville. 
Caldwell— 

V. H. Beach, Lenoir. 
Cape Fear-Columbus — 

Rev. C. C. Smith,, Whiteville. 
Carolina — 
Catawba River — ■ 

Rev. J. D. Larkin, Morganton. 
Central — 

Dr. C. E. Brewer, Wake Forest. 
Cedar Creek — • 

Rev. W. 0. Johnson, St. Paul's. 
Chowan — 

Prof. C. B. Garrett, Eliz. City. 
Eastern — - 

C. M. Beach, Dehvay. 
Elkin— 

Flat River— 

T. H. Street, Mill Creek. 
French Broad — 

R. L. Moore, Mars Hill. 
Green River — 

Rev. J. W. Whitley, Union Mills. 
Haywood — 

D. H. Byers, Clyde. 
Johnston — • 

R. H. Gower, Clayton. 

Kings ]\Iountain — 
Rev. J. W. Suttle, Shelby. 

Liberty — 

Rev. J. T. Watts, Lexington. 

Liberty-Ducktown^- 

Little River- 
Rev. B. G. Early, Chalybeate 

Springs. 
Prof. J. R. Baggett, Buie's Ck. 
X. T. Patterson, Mohawk. 



jNIacon — 

Rev. F. M. Morgan, Flats. 
Mecklenburg- Cabarrus — 

T. S. Franklin, Charlotte. 

Dr. H. C. Herring, Concord. 
Mitchell— 

W. F. Dodson, Bakersville. 
Montgomery— 
Mt. Zion— 

Rev. W. C. Barrett, Durham. 
'Sew Foimd — 
Xeuse- Atlantic — 

D. H. Green, New Bern. 
Pee Dee — 

Rev. Josiah Crudup, Rockingham. 

Dr. W. J. ]\IcLendon, Wadesb'o. 

W. H. Weatherspoon, Laurinb'g. 
Piedmont — 

Rev. C. E. Maddrey, Greensboro. 
Pilot Mountain — 

Rev. G. T. Lumpkin, Winston- 
Salem. 

T. S. Sprinkle, Winston- Salem. 

Rev. S. J. Becker, Spray. 
Raleigh — 

J. M. Broughton, Raleigh. 
Robeson — 

Rev. S. L. Morgan, Red Springs. 
Roanoke — 

C. W. Wilson, Scotland Neck. 

C. J. Austin, Tarboro. 

L. T. Vaughan, Nashville. 

R. E. Hagan, Wilson. 

S. A. Newell, Williamston. 

W. H. Ragsdale, Greenville. 

S. P. Willis, Washington. 

J. Taylor, Plj-mouth. 
vSandy Creek — 

Rev. R. B. Lineberry, Pittsboro. 
Sandv Run — 

G. B. Pruett, Ellenboro. 
South Fork— 

J. 0. Allen, Lincolnton. 
South River — 

Henry A. Cooper, Salemburg. 
South Yadkin — 

]\I. J. Hendrix, Mocksville. 

C. S. Minor, Salisburv. 

G. E. Woodard, Statesville. 
Stanly— 

Rev. E. M. Brooks, Albemarle. 



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X. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



Stone Mountain — 

Rev. T. C. Long, Laurel Springs. 
Stony Fork — 

T. L. Day, Blowing Rock. 
Surry — 

W. L. Reece, Dobson. 
Tar River — 

Dr. W. T. Carstarphen, Kittrell. 

W. C. Parker, Warrenton. 

T. B. Wilder, Louisburg. 

L. W. Bagley, Littleton. 

S. J. Bartholomew, Castalia. 
Tennessee River — 

D. A. Randolph, Bryson City. 
Three Forks — 
Transylvania — 

M. L. Jones, Penrose. 



J. M. Hamlin, Brevard. 

J. K. Henderson. 
Tuckaseigee — 
Union — 

J. W. Bivins, Wingate. 
West Chowan — 

N. W. Britten, Winton. 

Dr. W. L. Davis, Windsor. 

Paul Fleetwood, Severn. 
Wilmington — 

C. E. ]McCullen, Burgaw. 
Western North Carolina — 
Yadkin — 

Rev. W. V. Brown, Cycle. 
Yancey — 

S. T. Hensley, Burnsville. 



LIST OF SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS 



Numbers following postoflSlces signify R. F. D. 



Alexander. 

J. W. Watts, Liledown. 

J. M. Fortner, Taj'loisville. 

J. Porter Russell, Taylorsville. 

C. L. Milsaps, Statesville, No. 5. 

W. E. White, Taylorsville, No. 4. 

C. S. Holton, Charlotte. 

B. F. Patterson, Hiddenite. 

L. L. Loudermilk, Hiddenite. 

J. M. Query, Hiddenite. 

E. S. Milsaps, Stony Point. 

S. A. Godfrey, New Hope, No. 1. 

W. C. Pierce, Stony Point, No. 3. 

J. E. Chatham, Taylorsville, No. 1. 

W. S. McLeod, Taylorsville, No. 4. 

J. J. H. Pool, Taylorsville, No. 4. 

E. C. Sloan, Taylorsville. 

J. T. Christopher, Stony Point. 

Alleghany-Grayson. 
No report since 190G. 

Ashe, 

J. W. Woodard, Parker. 
J. C. Goodman, Beaver Creek. 
W. H. Johnson, Nettle Knob. 
R. C. Parsons, Raven. 
Henry Graybeal, Hemlock. 
A. W. Hodgson, Tree Top. 
R. L. Filer, Clifton. 
J. F. Plummer, Volney, Va. 
R. L. Shoaf, Warrensville. 
R. M. Burkett, Jefferson. 
Hampton Blevins, Grumpier. 
John Huddles, Grumpier. 
J. E. Phipps, Grnssy Creek. 
J. E. Woodruff, Fleetwood. 
D. H. Bnrguess, Obids. 
J. R. Johnson, Simimitt. 
W. H. Tyree, Dyson. 
A. L. Stamps, Park, Va. 
C. L. Burguess, Wagoner. 

Beulah. 

J. B. Walters, Blanche. 

C. R. Vernon, Bushy Fork. 

W. G. Pulliam. Alton. Va. 

A. L. Bovd, Winstend. 

R. T. Wilson, Danville, Va., No. 5. 



J. B. Yarborough, Semora. 
W. T. Bryant, Milton. 
M. D. Walters, Reidsville. 
G. J. Yarborough, Locust Hill. 
B. S. Graves, Yanceyville. 

Bladen. 

R. B. Buie, Abbottsburg. 
N. A. Lay ton. White Oak. 
G. L. Long, Parkersburg. 

E. 0. Rich, Garland. 
J. W. Rus;s, Ham. 

F. D. McLean, Bladenboro. 
N. B. Singleterry, Tar Heel. 
J. D. McKeithan, Abbottsburg. 
I. A. Davis, Elizabethtown. 
W. R. Smith, Garland. 

G. G. Simmons, Roseboro. 
D. J. Allen, Dublin. 

M. Hester, Bladenboro. 

Brier Creek. 

R. W. S. Pegram, Dellaplane. 

Worth Sale, Brier Greek. 

A. Mathis, Jarvis. 

M. Walker, Ronda. 

G. H. Hayes, Hunting Greek. 

W. M. Speece, Spurgeon. 

N. M. Felts, Lovelace. 

L. R. Sloan, Olin. 

S. F. White. 

T. L. Williams, Olin. 

D. J. Brown, Galahan. 

D. G. Jarvis, Lovelace. 

W. L. Johnson, Jennings. 

W. Mitchell, Jennings. 

D. L Hisfler. 

W. B. York, Jennings. 

L. G. Myers, Jennings. 

Brunswick. 

Fred W. Snencer, Suburb. 
Cornelius Thomas, Shallotte. 
Samuel Danford, Shallotte. 
Isaac Milliken, Seaside. 
S. M. Mintz, Leland. 
D. R. Potter. Phoenix. 
J. F. Gore, Shallotte. 
T. W. Harrelson, Funston. 



uo 



y. C. BAPTIST STATE GONVEXTIOS. 



J. II. Milliouor, PLoeiiix. 
G. B. Hughes, Regan. 

0. B. Sellers, Supply. 
J. Inman, Excelsior. 

J. C. Hunette, Shallotte. 
B. J. Simmons, MoUie. 

B. S. Holden, Supply. 
G. B. Ward, Regan. 

C. W. Stocks, Seaside. 

Dr. D. I. Watson, Southport. 

Brushy Mountain. 

C. C. Wright. Hunting Creek. 
T. J. Broghill, Miller's Creek. 
Isaac Bi-oghill, Boomer. 

D. J. Pardue, ^Moravian Falls. 
J, Isaacs, Poor's Knob. 

A. L. Barnett, Champion. 

B. F. Hufham, Purlear. 
William Minton, Mt. Zion. 
A. S. Filer, Purlear. 

W. H. Church, North Wilkesboro. 

1. N. Bangus, Knotville. 

L. B. Pierce, Miller's Creek. 
J. W. Xichols, Buck. 
Thos. V. Church, Congo. 
G. AV. Walsh, Parsonville. 
W. C. Meadows. Poor's Knob. 
T. B. Hendren. Wilkesboro. 
Winton Ball, North Wilkesboro. 
V. McGhinis, Boomer. 

Buncombe. 

E. B. Goldsmith, Democrat. 
J. H. Tucker, Asheville. 

W. R. Scarborough, Asheville. 
N. B. Creasman, Biltmore. 
J. A. Cardell, Asheville. 
Peter Rich, Asheville. 
A. I. Ingle, Barnardsville. 
J. M. Brooksliire, Biltmore. 

D. A. Buchanan, Black Mountain. 
S. J. Aslnvorth, Fairview. 

R. N. Branson, Asheville. 
J. E. Chandler, Stocksville. 
T. J. Ingle, Asheville. 

E. L. Clark, Candler. 
J. M. Pickens, Jupiter. 
W. M. Green. Candler. 
Hugh Rvmer. Asheville. 
.J. F. Clieek, -Tupiter, 1. 

L. D. Brookshire. Asheville. 

-T. L. Burnett, Black Mountain. 

.T. 0. Wall. 

R. W. Buckner. Asheville. 

L. B. Hudgins, Black Mountain. 

F. M. Reed, Fairs-iew. 
•T. B. Grice. Asheville. 



Caldwell. 

T. C. Robbins, Yadkin Valley. 

S. C. Duncan, Lenoir, 

T. C. Curtis, Finley. 

J. C. Sanders, Muttenz. 

A. E. Hilton, Lenoir. 

W. F. F. Palmer, Granite Falls. 

R. E. Fleming, Lenoir. 

F. P. Moore, Globe. 

J. A. Turnmire, Granite Falls. 

E. H. Chester, Rhodhiss. 

R. A. Branch, CoUettsville. 

E. M. Childres, Patterson. 

R. H. Pipes, Bufifalo Cove. 

M. E. Buleh, Lenoir. 

L. D. Keller, Granite Falls. 

W. H. H. Hartley, Hudson. 

E. L. Curtis. Patterson. 
C. C. Sherrill, Lenoir. 

W. D. Goble, Yadkin Valley. 
J. R. IMcMillan, Lenoir. 
Luther Annas, Saw Mills. 
J. G. Kirby, Granite Falls. 
Jas. Powell, Lenoir. 

A. P. Lntz, Granite Falls. 
H. M. Beach, Lenoir. 

rJ. L. Beach, Lenoir. 
S. L. Austin, Lenoir. 
-J. V. ]\IcCall, I^noir. 
•T. T. Hayes, Happy. 
John Baird, Lenoir. 
J. C. L. Hayes, L^pton. 
P, A, Harris, Hudson. 
J. L. Bean, Globe. 
J. H. .Johnson, Lenoir. 
H. M. Ningus, Lenoir. 

F. J. Craig, Patterson. 

Cape Fear-Columbus. 

•L R. Williamson. AMiiteville. 
C. W. Shelley. Fair Bluff. 
C. C. Griffin, Evergreen. 
M. D. Nance, Boardman. 
Isaac Tyler. Chndbourn. 

G. W. Nealey, Clarendon. 
N. M. Green. Cerro Gordo. 
J. W. Powell, Old Dock. 

B. H. Harnley. Chadboum. 
W. ]\r. Bullard. Chadbourn. 
J. B. Wyche. Hnllsboro. 
Elisa Coleman, Cerro Gordo. 
L. H. IMalphus, Freeman. 
Giles Hester, Abbottsbnrg. 
.1. A. Floyd, Cerro Gordo. 

J. F. Stanley. Vineland. 
F. :\r. AVhite, Vineland. 
B. F. Butt. Boardman. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDEXTS. 



141 



J. F. Walters, Boaidman. 
Albert Baldwin, Whiteville. 
G. D. Lennon, Kew Berlin. 
J. B. Harreison, Vineland. 
M. J. Bullock. Fair Bluflf. 
C. O. Gore, AVhiteville. 
W. J. Long, ilollie. 

C. C. Whittington, Tabor. 
J. M. Carroll, Bolton. 

J. P. Hayes, Whiteville. 

D. H. Cook, Whiteville. 

Carolina. 

E. W. Hill, Eedtop. 

T. B. Nelson, Hendersonville. 

S. G. Freeman, Bear Wallow. 

J. B. Freeman, Bat Cave. 

J. A. Fiazier, Hendersonville. 

0. E. Blyth, Horse Shoe. 

J. L. Whitaker, Hendersonville. 

C. P. Russell, Fletcher. 

C. F. Toms, Hendersonville. 

G. S. Clingfield, Hendersonville. 

M. Presley, Ednyville. 

John Slattery, Flat Rock. 

James Davenport, Horse Shoe. 

James Andrews, Hendersonville. 

Henry Leslie, Hendersonville. 

T. S." Marshall, Dana. 

J. 1. Sales, Fletcher. 

J\. G. Hill, Saluda. 

J. P. Andrews. Hendersonville. 

Catawba — 1907. 

J. W. Sparks, Dogwood. 
S. A. Berry, JDrexel. 
A. A. Carswell, Glen Alpine. 
J. G. Parker, Glen Alpine. 
Jesse Huffman, ilorganton. 
R. C. Whitener, Morganton. 
H. P. Hildebran, Morganton. 

D. C. Setzer, Jlorganton. 
R. W. Carsnell, Enola. 
C. A. Brittain, Casar. 

W. A. Keller, Connelly Springs. 

H. L. Burns, Hildebran. 

W. S. Short, Joy. 

J. F. Young, Henry. 

R. J. Fox, ilorganton. 

J. G. Proctor, Connelly Springs. 

J. A. Cook. Belwood. * 

John Sisk, Bridgewater. 

Amos SAvink. Camp Creek. 

H. S. Benfield. 



Cedar Creek. 

J. A. Hall, Avery ville. 

W. C. Riddle, Parkton. 

T. A. Hall, Fayetteville. 

H. B. Downing, Cedar Creek. 

M. Cash well, Hope Mills. 

B. H. Johnson, Rennert. 
D. W. Trogden, Cotton. 

G. B. Sessoms, Fayetteville. 
J. C. Beard, Fayetteville. 

C. H. Ellis, Fayetteville. 

C. L. Bennett, Fayetteville. 
J. A. Hair, Fayetteville. 

D. C. Rogers, Hope Mills. 

E. J. Biggs, Rennert. 

W. A. Seawell, White Oak. 
S. N. Home, Cedar Cieek. 
W. H. West, Rock Fish 
R. L. Clifton, Hope Mills. 
W. J. Olive, Wade. 

Central. 

J. D. Allen, Neuse, R. 1. 

S. T. Davis, Knightsdale, R. 1. 

C. E. Richards, Youngsville, R. 1. 

G. L. Allen, Creedmoor. 

Will Nelson, Falls. 

R. J. Conyers, Louisburg. 

J. B. Saintsing, Wake Forest. 

R. B. White, Franklinton. 

Dr. C. E. Brewer, Wake Forest. 

J. A. Clifton, Youngsville. 

T. L. Brannan, Riley, R. 1. 

G. L. B. Penny, Raleigh, R. 1. 

T. L. Jeffreys, Franklinton, R. 1. 

W. H. Nichols, Neuse, R. 1. 

H. M. Byrum, Lillian. 

A. C. Green, Raleigh, R. 5. 

B. L. Pearce, Youngsville. 

B. M. Holden, Kittrell. 

W. S. Pruett, Franklinton. 
J. R. Hunter, Raleigh. 
J. R. Broughton, Riley. 1. 

C. H. Baugh, Raleigh. 

M. R. Sykes, Wake Forest. R. 1. 

E. W. Green, Wakefield. 

J. H. Gorrell, Wake Forest. 

F. A. Liles, Wake Forest. 
W. I. Upehurch, Neuse. 

A. H. Yearby. West Raleigh. 
A. C. O'Neal, Grissoni. 
E. P. Allen, Youngsville. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



Chowan. 

M. J. Lawrence, Dart. 

J. L. Savage, Tyner, R. 1. 

R. W. Lucas, Belhaven. 

J. W. White, Edenton, R. 3. 

M. E. Davis, Elizabeth City. 

N, T. Halstead, Elizabeth City. 

Henry Hofler, Bosley. 

W. H. Jennings, Elizabeth City. 

E. C. Perry, Tyner. 

T. R. Ward, Belvidere. 

Caleb Forbes, Coinjock. 

Chas. Bateman, Columbia. 

E. H. Eure, Eure. 

J. C. Simpson, Elizabeth City, R. 5. 

T. C. Jones, South Mills. 

E. S. Norman, Edenton. 

J. R. Pinner, Elizabeth City. 

J. B. Staley, Elizabeth City. 

M. H. Knight, Wiggins' X Roads. 

Lycurgus Hofler, Gatesville. 

T. C. Lane, Hertford. 

Cora Sawyer, Gum Neck. 

J. P. Perry, Hertford. 

S. 'E. Morris, Edenton. 

L. D. Tarkinton, Manteo. 

A. S. Walker, Drum Hill. 

•J. L. Norman, Creswell. 

J. B. Burgess, Old Trap. 

R. D. Taylor, Elizabeth City, R. 1. 

M. R. Gregory, Poplar Branch. 

John Brock, Powell's Point. 

W. D. Barnard. Shawboro. 

T. L. Spence, Elizabeth City, R. 4. 

M. V. Ballance, Maple. 

E. J. Freeman, Somerton, Va. 

R. S. Pritchard, Elizabeth City, 2. 

R. B. Hollowell, Edenton, R. i. 

S. W. Scott, Weeksville. 

T. D. Pierce, Boslev. 

C. E. Kinsr. HobbsVille. 

J. S. Sanderlin. Bellcross. 

Moses Lee. Tull's. 

W. M. Forbes, Shiloh. 

John Bateman, Columbia. 

R. V. Owens, Gudnrer. 

Je=se Spivey. Gliden. 

Wesley Austin. Corrolla. 

W. J.Asb^ll. BMvidere. 

W. E. Bocrue, Woodvillo. 

T. E. Harrell, Edenton. 

Eastern. 

J. ]\r. Hall, Kerr. 

C. A. Byrd, Mt. Olive. 

F. J. Faison, Turkey. 



C. L. Herring, Clinton. 
R. A. Parker, Calypso. 

B. W. Pickett, Hallsville. 

C. L Robinson, Garland. 
W. B. Stewart, Clinton. 
J. C. Boone, Rose Hill. 

I. D. Johnson, Rose Hill. 
W. J. Fryar, Delway. 

C. J. Bradshaw, Magnolia. 
J. H. Faison, Faison. 

S. S. Bostic, Hallsville. 
L. B. Branns, Rose Hill. 
W. H. Middleton, Warsaw. 
Thad. Jones, Kenansville. 

D. L. Herring, Garland. 
H. M. Swinson, Magnolia. 

D. H. Marshburn, Maple Hill. 

Evander Simpson, Clinton. 

0. E. Franklin, Mt. Olive. 

C. E. Daniel, Turkey. 

J. C. Hobbs, Keener. 

H. B. Hatcher, Faison. 

J. T. Kennedy, Moltonville. 

R. C. Seawell, Chinquepin. 

J. F. Lewis, Kerr. 

A. F. Robinson, Clinton. 

S. M. Carlton, Warsaw. 

H. F. Kennedy, Beulahville. 

Elkin. 
No report since 1905. 

Flat River. 

W. T. Chandler, Virgilina, Va. 
C. H. Tapp, Roxboro, R. 5. 

A. J. Crutchfield, Woodsdale. 
T. J. Smith, Oxford, R. 6. 

L. J. Meadows, Rougemont. 

J. E. Thomas, Bullock. 

J. A. Overton, Oxford, R. 2. 

Ralph Currin, Northside. 

S. A. Green, Oxford, R. 5. 

W. C. Currin, Oxford. R, 1. 

S. A. Cannady. Creedmoor. 

.J. T. Torian, Virsrilina, Va. 

.L W. Winston, Nelson, Va., R. 1. 

B. F. Dean, Oxford, R. 4. 
Pervis Tillev, Bahama. 

J. W. Denn,' Oxi^ord, R. 2. 
T. H. Street, IMill Creek. 
N. J. Jones, Oxford, R. 1. 
S. E. P-eed. Moriah, R. 1. 
W. J. Downev. Oxford. R. 7. 
W. H. Upchurch. Oxford. 
P. T. Chappell, Northside. 
J. W. Moss, Oxford, R. 3. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 



143 



J. W. Smith, Creedmoor. 

G. W. Wright, Henderson, R. 5. 

E. H. Gentry, Roxboro. 
L. D. \edzey, Roxboro. 

J. H. Pentecost, Roxboro, R. 2. 

B. F. Knott, Clarksville, Va., R. 1. 

H, G. McKarland, Berea, R. 1. 

J. C. Gresham, Soudan, Va. 

G. A. Faucette, Stovall. 

A. J. Walters, Oxford, R. 6. 

A. C. Parham, Oxford, R. 3. 
J. L. Wilson, Dabney, R. 1. 

French Broad. 

R. L. Moore, Mars Hill. 

B. L. Ledwell, Marshall. 

L. M. Sprinlcle, Marshall, R. 3. 
Nelson Buckner, Marshall, R. 3. 
S. E. Arrowood, Jupiter. 

F. M. Stockton, Stocksville. 

B. L. Sams, Jupiter. 

J. W. Hunter, Marshall, R. 3. 

R. M. Reece, Marshall. 

W. C. Sprinkle, Marshall, R. 2. 

C. C. Runion, Marshall, R. 4. 
N. L. Ponder, Big Laurel. 

J. R. Anders, Laurelton. 
J. F. Tilson, Marshall. 
M. Bruce, Marshall. 
J. S. Brown, Waverly. 
C. C. Gregory, Buckner. 
A. B. Coats,'Marshall. 

Green River. 

A. L. Bright, Nealsville. 

A. W. Gilliam, Old Fort, R. 1. 
L. Odell, Mill Spring. 

P. F. Searcey, Uree, R. 1. 
C. W. Searcey, Dimsdals. 

C. E. Huffman, Marion. 

D. L. Roberson, Old Fort, R. 2. 
W. D. Long, Old Fort, R. 1. 

N. L. ]\Iills, Columbus. 

J. L. .Jackson, Turner. 

W. H. Taylor, Dysartsyille. 

J. W. Hail, Marion. 

J. T. Davis, Rockv Pass. 

J. G. Raburn. Landrum, S. C. 

J. A. Bvrd. Nealsville. 

B. B. Pr-ce, Marion. 

J. W. Halford, Otter Creek. 
J. S. Hamnton. Green Hill. 

C. J. Ownby, Dome. 
N". C. Burgess. Dennis. 

J. G. Lnoran, Rutherfordton, R. 2. 
W. P. Terrell. Old Fort. 

G. F. Robertson, Rutherfordton, 3. 



W. L. Bland, Rutherfordton, R. 3. 

C. C. Lovelace, Rutherfordton. 

H. M. Whiteside, Mill Spring. 

C. J. Hill, Union Mills. 

^Vill Hill, Union Mills. 

A. L. Grayson, Rutherfordton. 

Chas. Walker, Bright. 

W. F. McMahan, Sunny Vale. 

W. S. Hollifield, Woodlawn. 

G. Narmey, Chimney Rock. 

J. B. Freeman, Chimney Rock. 

Jno. Pendergrass, Old Fort, R. 1. 

Haywood County. 

J. W. Farmer, Waynesville, R. 1. 

H. Crawford, Waynesville, R. 2. 

H. Messer, Crabtree. 

W. T. Sharp, Canton. 

J. R. Clark, Clyde, R. F. D. 

R. W. Green, Teague, 

J. S. Smathers, Balsam. 

J. R. Morgan, Clyde. 

J. R. Linn, Waynesville, R. 1. 

A. C. Walker, Clyde, R. F. D. 

J, D. Boone, Waynesville. 

Johnston — 1907, 

W. H. Maden, Selma, R. 2. 

J. C. Hardee, Clayton. 

J. L. Hall, Benson. 

David Pace, Micro. 

J. J. Wallace, Wilson's Mills. 

F. P. Wood, Four Oaks. 

Preston Mozingo, Micro. 

R. H. Gower, Clayton. 

W. T. Bunch, Clayton, R. 2. 

J. A. Estridge, Archer. 

Tyrus Thornton, Dunn, R. 2. 

0. D. Stanley, Four Oaks. 

H. V. Rose, IBeasley, R. 2. 

Gilliam Lewis, Selma, R. 3. 

L. L. Creech, Micro. 

J. F. Pool, Clavton. 

J. H. Flowers,* Taylor. 

L. C. Yeargan, Garner. 

Thomas Tyner, Four Oaks. 

A. W. Stuckev. Princeton. 

N. W. Smith,' Four Oaks, R. 1. 

J. W. Liles. Selma. 

R. H. Hineins, Smithfield. 

C. H. Holt, Princeton. 

J. R. Hood, Selma. 

Dr. G. A. McLemore, Clavton. 

M. A. Allen, Smithfield. " 

V. R. Turlev, Clavton. R. 2. 

J. T. Holt, Wilson's Mills. 

C. Z. Todd, Wendell. 



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y. C. BAPTIST STATE C'Oy^'EXTIO^ 



Kings Mountain. 

J. L. Blanton, Shelby, E. 4. 
S. L. Carter, Kings ]Mt.. R. 5. 

0. N. Hamrick, Shelby, R. 3. 
H. W. Clark, Bessemer City. 
C. C. Wilson, Shelby, R. 8. 
J. L. Learv, Casar. 

A. D. Warlick, Cleveland Mills. 
L. C. McDowell, Cherryville. 

C. A. Bridges, Lattimore. 
E. A. Morgan, Shelby, 6. 

1. B. Allen, Shelby. 

P. Z. Carpenter, Fallston. 

T. S. Keeter, Grover. 

S. J. Honeycutt, Kings Mountaii 

A. M. Lattimore, Lattimore. 
L. R. Putnam, Shelby, R. 2. 

.J. F. Leatherman, Henry, R. 1. 
H. L. Ferguson, Cherryville. 
Carme Elam, Lawndale. 

B. F. Jones, Earl. 

D. P. Jones, Shelby, R. 1. 

J. 0. Ware, Ivings Mountain. 

W. C. Ledford, Kings Mountain. 

•J. R. Dover, Grover, R. 2. 

J. H. Lackev, Shelby. R. 6. 

L. I. Kendrick, Shelbv. R. 7. 

J. R. Harrill, Shelbv, R. 3. 

J. E. Blanton. Shelby, R. 5. 

J. C. Bridges, Lattimore. 

D. ^l. Witherspoon, Cherryville. 

Geo. Blanton, Shelby. 

J. T. S. Mauney, Shelbv, R. 5. 

W. G. Hord. Waco. 

J. W. Irvin, Shelbv, R. 5. 

W. H. McSwain. Shelby, R. 3. 

Liberty. 

X. R. Teague, Kernersville. 

C. L. Holton, Ashboro. 
W. B. Russell, Denton. 

W. A. Russell, Riley's Store. 

B. R. Cross. Silver "Hill. 

G. H. -Bean. Miohfield. 

J. D. Palmer. Linwood, R. 2. 

J. W. Noell. Lexington. 

J. M. Easter, Thomasville, R. 4. 

X. C. Feezor. Silver Hill. 

J. D. Welch. Pisgah. 

B. Charles. Winston-Salem. 

X. B. Moore, Thomasville. 

R. K. Williams. Linwood. 

B. O. !Myers, Lexington. 

William Bowers. Lake. 

J. D. Lonkabill. Linwood. 



C. B. Wall, Denton. 

D. M. Summey, Chandler. 
A. F. Sams, Thomasville. 
P. S. Vann, W\^llburg. 

Liberty-Ducktown. 

Xo report since 1906. 

Little River. 

C. W. Flowers, Angier. 

Z. J. Womack, Lillington, R. 3. 

F. W. Colville, Dunn, R. 3. 
A. 0. West, Westville. 

G. D. Sexton, Fuquay Springs. 
J. R. Raggett, Buie's Creek. 

C. W. Matthews, Kipling. 
W. F. Lanier, Kipling, R. 1. 
G. W. Hart, Duke. 

H. C. McXeil, Dunn. 

L. A. Parker, Duke, R. 1. 

X'. T. Patterson, Broadway, R. 2. 

M. S. Bradley, Broadw^ay. 

H. C. Stewart, Lillington. 

J. S. Brown, Holly Springs, R. 2. 

R. B. Wilkins, Draughan. 

J. F. McLeod, Buie's Creek. 

J. J. Edwards, Xew Hill. 

A. F. Grimes, Coats. 

Y. A. Betts, Fuquay Springs. 

S. C. Page, Dunn, R. 4. 

Macon. 

D. A. Younce, Franklin. 
W. T. Smith, Highlands. 
J. A. ]\lcClure, Highlands. 
M. L. Rickman, Franklin. 
R. W. ilesser, Franklin. 

E. X. Bates, Franklin. 
Alex. Moore, Ellijay. 

H. H. Jarrett, Franklin. 

J. L. Owens, Pine Mountain, Ga. 

J. X. Arnold, Highlands. 

J. B. Ramsey, Franklin. 

J. M. ]Mason, Leatherman. 

R. L. Long, Scaley. 

E. G. Crawford, JFranklin. 

James. Sw-offord, Franklin. 

L. M. Bradley, Etna. 

J. C. Sanders, Franklin. 

J. W. Xash. CuUasaja. 

E. B. Byrd. Tellico. 

W. T. Long. Franklin. 

E. A. Snyder. Dean. 

R. P. :McCracken, Dean. 

J. 1. Waters. Kvle. 



SUNDAY aVHOOL SL PERINTENDENTS. 



U5 



Mecklenburg-Cabarrus. 

A. K. liaitis, ChiiiloLle, R. 11. 
11. ^1. liagler, Indian Trail. 
K. D. J\iouney, Davidson. 

T. C. Wilson, Charlotte. 
T. S. Franklin, Charlotte. 
Dr. H. C. Herring, Concord. 
J. E. Wright, Concord. 
W. F. Stegall, Concord. 

C. Gariison, Charlotte, R. 11. 
11. B. Blackman, Huntersville. 
■ I. K. Williams, Charlotte. 

11. T. Beatty, Sandifer. 
T. J. Rcnfrow, Matthews, 
M. L. Bonds, Newell. 

F. S. Conrad, Charlotte. 

B. F. Cato, Charlotte. 

.1. E. McClure, Pineville. 
W. F. Dowd, Charlotte. 

A. D. Crisco, Concord. 

-). C. Hager, Huntersville. 
W. R. Small, Charlotte, R. 9. 
W. S. Paxton, Matthews. 

Mitchell. 
J. S. Poteet, Bakersville. 

G. W. Greene, Glen Ayre. 
N. A. Buclianan, Frank. 
•J. M. Greer, Spear. 

R. T. Lewis, Valley. 

D. J. English, Bakersville. 
Dock Hart, Tall Cane. 

^^'. W'. Buchanan, Clarissa. 
D. M. Cook, Little Rock Creek. 
\Vm. Grindstatf, Spruce Pine. 
W. A. McKinney, Bakersville. 
Milton Buchanan, Ledger. 

B. G. Franklin, Pyatt. 
S. C. Morgan, Bandana. 
R. V. Wilson, Bakersville. 

Montgomery. 

M. M. Jones, Mt. Gilead. 

W. T. Medlin, Roseland. 

Lee W. Harris, Eldorado. 

J. C. McMillan, Okeiwemee. 

R. M. Tedder, Mt. Gilead. 

J. C. Tliompson, Canby. 

W. M. Poole, Endicott. 

J. C. Thompson, Carmel. 

L. Mori-is, Carmel. 

.1. 0. Lisk, Mt. Gilead. 

J. W. Haywood, Capelsie. 

A. G. Lassiter, Star. 

A. M. Thompson, Woodville. 

W. T. Usher, Sulphur Springs. 

Barna Alien, Troy. 

S. S. Ballard, Woodville. 

10 



Mt. Zion. 

J- T. Loyd, Teer, R. 1. 
A. E. Johnson, Apex, R. 3. 
•J. F. Clements, Durham, R. 7. 
Sam Murray, Timberlake. 
A. M. Stanlord, Hillsboro. 
A. T. Cute, Chapel Hill. 
W. M. Ferrell, Morrisville, 2. 
-J. L. Scott, Burlington. 
N. A. Gates, Hillsboro, 3. 
E. Walton, Morrisville, 2. 
Collier Cobb, Chapel Hill. 
H. B. Durham, Chapel Hill. 
W. J. Brogden, Durham. 
J. C. Markham, Durham. 
W. O. Stone, East Durham. 
J. B. Woody, Dui-ham. 
M. S. Suit, West Durham. 
W. E. Martin, Hillsboro, R. 1. 
R. E. Hurst, Durham. 
S. M. Pope, Durham. 
C. B. Erwin, Graham. 
W. J. Brooks, Haw River. 
S. W^ Andrews, Hillsboro. 

E. A. Dollar, Riggsbee. 
A. H. Rimmer, Hillsboro. 
J. M. Rimmer, Mebane. 
.J. J. Bryan, Bonsai. 

W. J. Riddle, Saxapahaw. 
A. Riggsbee, Chapel Hill. 
J. W.Neal, Pittsboro, R. 1. 
W. M. Stroud, University. 
W. M. Wilkins, Durham, R. 1. 

A. C. Scott, Morrisville, R. 1. 
M. L. Ferrell, Durham, R. 6. 

C. F. Williams, Apex, R. 3. 
Edgar Mangum, Rougemont. 
S. M. Suit, Durham, R. 3. 
Charlie Hister, Durham, R. 2. 
Obe Tingin, Gorman. 

J. A. Frazier, Swepsonville. 
Hubert Pickett, Durham. 

Neuse-Atlantic. 

G. G. Quinn, Seven Springs. 

F. Guthrie, Hubert. 

W. S. Windsbury, Newport. 
M. L. Davis, Beaufort. 
H. G. Mumford, Ayden. 
G.' G. Hatsell, Hubert. 
W. M. Ro-^ers, Fremont. 
J. W. Sadler, Goldsboro. 
John Holmes, Mt. Olive. 
J. A. McDaniel, Kinston. 

D. R. Lewis, Marshallburg. 
U. E, Ubanks, Maysville. 

B. F. Sasser, Mt. Olive. 



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N. a. BAPTIST .STATE COW EXTIOX. 



i". G. Mitchell, New Bern. 
1'. B. lUcDaniel, Irentyn. 
M. E. L banks, Olivers. 
T. A. Bell, Pollocksville. 
Liiby Stevens, Goldsboro, R. 4. 
J. r. Co ley, Eureka. 
W. L. Paul, Davis. 
W. J. Rouse, be vein Springs. 
Waller Eaton, iioreliead Lity. 
L'. C. Hatton, \ andemere. 

A. G. Cox, ^Vinterviile. 
Isaiah Davis, Smyrna. 

J. W. Whitty, Goldsboro. 

D. H. Green, Xew Bern. 
M. D. Lane, Fort Barnwell. 
Alex. Trott, Dej^pe. 

J. J. Crooni, Kinston, R. 4. 
M. W. Heady, Swansboro. 
L. L. Leary, Morehead City. 
Alex. Watson, New Bern, R. 2. 

B. M. Riggs, Deppe. 

E. I. Provow, Marine. 

L. B. Pendergraft, Snow Hill. 
E. L. Ednioudsbn, Goldsboro. 
J. L. Jackson, Kinston. 

New Found. 
No report since 1906. 

Pee Dee — 1907. 

I. M. Tyson, Ansonville. 
1. T. Hendley, Wadesboro. 
•T. W. Thomas, Polkton. 
f. T. Gulledge, White Store. 
\V. r^I. Thompson, Lilesville. 

C. Gresham, Hamlet. 

W. A. Weatherspoon, Laurinbun 
■T. F. Thomas, Morven. 

E. J. Hutchinson, Lilesville. 
T. B. Goodman, Polkton. 

W. F. Campbell, Rockingham. 

F. A. Osborne, Wadesboro. 
A. D. Griffin. Peachland. 

T. F. Thomas. Polkton. 

L. B. Williams. Rockingham. 

.\. Boswoll, Polkton. 

.1. E. Efird. Polkton. 

W. R. Covingion, Roberdel. 

•I. A. Covington, EUerbe. 

.F. J. Parker, Cordova. 

A. A. l\Ic:Millan. Maxton. 

W. C. Bivens, Wadesboro. 



Piedmont. 

W. R. Smith, Greensboro, R. 2. 

D. M. iVioore, Reiasville. 

G. M. liarmon, Cedar Falls. 
J. E. Heiuzeiling, Reidsvilie. 
A. D. HopKins, lieidsville, R. 2. 
,i. W. Fogleman, Gibsonviile. 
Lee H. Battie, Greensboro. 
Geo. P. Crutchtield, Greensboro. 
\\ . E. Harrison, Greensboro. 

E. L. Morgan, Greensboro. 
S. F, Johnson, Gieensboro. 

U. N. Richardson, High Point. 

D. H. Parnell, High Foint. 
R. C. Charles, High Point. 
C. F. Moon, Franklinsville. 
H. G. Collins, Raudleman. 
C. N. Lo\\rey, Denim. 

M. E. Johnson, Ramseur. 
Z. H. Neal, Reidsvilie. 
H. J. Ay cock, (Jreensboro. 
'A. P. Blower, Liberty. 
J. 31. Burton, Summerfield. 
David Lewis, Proximity-Greens- 
boro. 
A. H. ]Mangum, Denim. 

E. C. Williams. Worthville. 
J. :\I. Allred, Millboro. 

Pilot Mountain. 

■]. 15. N'adcn, Ayersville. 

A. 1. Shouse, Winston-Salem. 

C. R. Hutcherson. ileadows. 

J. P. Covington, Pinnacle. 

J. D. George, Westfield. 

Frank Cook, Clemmons. 

J. T. Wall, Stoneville. 

H. C. Baughn. Mt. Airy. 

T. F. Baker, Germanton. 

W. A. Eaton, Belews Creek. 

W. H. Southern, IMt. Airy. 

W. W. Gardner, Kernersville. 

S. F. Slate. King. 

W. B. WiNon, Leaks ville. 

J. M. Hill, Mt. Airv. 

A. H. Dallas. Reidsvilie. 
L. J. Kiser. King. 

J. H. Lewis, Germanton. 
T. D. ]\Ie;ulor. IMadison. 

B. R. ]\Iartin, Mayodan. 

F. E. Spcas, Donnaha. 

T. L. Runibly, Belews Creek. 
W. D. Poore", Sandy Ridge. 
J. F. Edwards. Pinnacle. 



iSL'yDAl' aUHOOL si: PERIS TEyDESTH. 



14: 



-1, \V. Kedman, Pilot Mountain. 

iS. K. Robertson, IStoneville. 

\V. P. Ihonipson, \\'ent\vortli. 

L. \V. Claik, Spray. 

W. A. Sullivan, Pinnacle. 

J. W. Ciiilton, Mt. Airy. 

T. ■]. larlvs, Winston-Saleni. 

W. li. (jlioj^an, Stoneville. 

<;. D. Kithardson, Walnut Cove, 

E. L. A'onler. ^^'inston-.Salenl. 

-). W. Marshall, Walkertown. 

K. K. Simmons, West field. 

Dr. W. J. Conrad, Winston-Saleni. 

-I. A. Madrey, Winston- Salem. 

•I. ^^'. Simmons, Mt. Airy. 

Raleigh. 

A. J. Boiling, Apex. 

.1. M. Knott, Raleigh. 

\^. C. Smith, Raleigh. 

Sion Holleman,»Carv. 

.1. B. Womble, New' Hill, R. 1. 

S. A. Medlin, Method. 

J. T. Pullen, Kaleigh. 

-J. C. Holland, Cardenas. 

■]. J. Bagwell, Garner. 

(i. M. Beavers, Apex, R. 1. 

• I. B. Herndon, Morrisville. 

'K. T. Scarboro, Eagle Roek. 

C. H. Collins, Hollv Springs. 

H. P. tireen. Raleigh, R 3. 

J. W. Pair, Knightsdale. 

W. E. Chappell, Raleigh, R. 0. 

II. S. Banks, :\IcCullers. 

W. S. Sears, Morrisville. 

W. L. Hagwood, Raleigh, R. 6. 

J. M. Boykin, Raleigh. 

E. A. Howaifl, Willow Springs. 

Ramson Jones, Gary, R. I. 

C. S. Wilson. New Hill. 

L. B. Woodall, Raleigh, R. 4. 

•F. A. Laquire. Nelson. 

N. B. Bi'ougliton, Raleigh. 

•J. (-!. Kemp, Wakefield. 

Roanoke. 

H. S. Barkley, Rocky Mount. 

ilrs. Sarah Hopkins, Aurora. 

Miss M. P. Jordan. Battleboro. 

:M. Pope, Crowells. 

H. S. Everett, Oak Gitv. 

(). G. Stallings, Enfield", R. 1. 

Z. A. Eagles, Macclesfield 

E. J. Hnrdle, Tarboro. R. 4. 

J. A. Bridgers, Elm Gitv. 



C. H. Baines, Nashville. 

C. Highsmitn, Enfield. 

J. E. Perkins, Everetts. 

R. L. Avent, Aventon. 

U. L. I'ittnum, Whitakers. 

W. H. Ragsdaie, Greenville. 

J. M. Story, Halifax. 

P. L. Sal^bury, Hamilton. 

T. E. Powell," Whitakers. 

(i. W. Wells, Hobgood. 

\\. E. Joyner, Nashville. 

L. T. \'auglian. Nashville. 

(i. R. Uew, Wilson. 

W. A. Taylor, Rocky Mount. 

J. A. Daughtridge, Nashville. 

Mrs. Clara Springer, South Creel 

J. H. Bras well, Nashville. 

\V. R. White, Plymouth. 

W. H. Faulkner, Rocky Blount. 

J. D. Everett, Robersonville. 

\\'. R. Lancaster, Rocky Mount. 

R. il. Johnson, Scotland Neck. 

J. W. Robbins, Sharpsburg. 

Enoch Simmons, Speed. 

J. H. Williams, S])ring Hope. 

S. J. F. Ellen, RoclCy Mount. 

G. J. Austin. Tarboro. 

S. P. Willis, Washington. 

B. A. Pope, Weldon. 

J. R. Marks, Whitakers. 

S. A. Newell, Williamston. 

W. :\I. Moss, Wilson. 

Robeson. 

A. E, Israel, Lumberton, R. 

G. B. Thompson, Fairmont. 

(i. L. Thompson, Lumberton, R, 

A. L. Hayes, Marietta. 

E. L. Odum, Pembroke. 

J. G. Prevatt, Lumberton, R. 

L. F. Martin, Norment. 

E. G. Nve, Orrum. 

W. R. Surles. Orrum. 

G. Arnett, Lumberton. R. 

Isham Lamb. Lumberton, R. 

E. N. Prevatt, Lumberton, R. 

Frank Gough, Lumberton. 

J. L. Rackley, Lumber Bridge. R. 

J. F. Rogers, Fair Bluff". 

.1. D. Doans. Maxton. 

S. F. Britt. Kingsdale. 

J. F. Roberts, Lumberton. R. 

G. R. Thagard. Limiber Bridye. 

R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton. 

J. M. Burke, Maxton. 

J. Z. Stone, Orrum. 



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A', C. BAFTLST STATE CO.\'\ENTIOA\ 



D. W. McLean, Maxton. 

J. E. Hayes, Hamer, S. C. 
F. J. Morgan, Marietta. 
Alfred JBntt, Biiie, R. 
A. Atkinson, Fairmont, K. 

E. F. Jones, Parkton. 
Angus Chavers, Pembroke. 
a. W. Turner, Fairmont, R. 
T. H. Pitman, Hamer. S. C. 
.1. C. B.ixlev, Buie, R. 

A. D. Kellv', Raeford. 

A. L. Hall,' McDonald. 

A. D. Reynolds, Red Springs. 

W. C. Lewis, Rennert. 

J. F. Shepherd, Rowland. 

Richard Humphrey, Rennert, R. 

R. R. Barnes, Barnesville. 

S. L. Parkei-, Kingsdale. 

•Joseph Russ, Lumberton, R. 

J. E. Rowland, Fairmont, R. 

J. M. Sessoms, Howellsville. 

J. R. Allen, Howellsville.- 

•I. L Barnes, Lumlierton, R. 

I. M. Inman, Fairmont. 

.1. W. Branch, Tolarsville. 

Sandy Creek. 

J. W. Burke, Goldston. 

• I. A. Bryant, Aberdeen. 

■ I. D. Thomas, ]5ear Creek. 

1). E. Murchison, Gulf. 

^L E. Seawell, High Falls. 

J. E. Spence, Cole's Store. 

(has. C. Jones, Cameron. 

Chas. O. Mainor, Carthage. 

1). H. Perry, Sanford. 

J. A. De.-erm, Eagle Springs. 

13. E. Moodv, Pittsboro. R. ± 

T. J. Savage, Sanford, R. 1. 

J. W. Brewer, Fall Creek. 

A. C. Bridges, Moncure. 

Dvnuan Garner, Hemp. 

('. 1). Wilkie, Moncure. 

E. V. Straughn. Silcr City, K. 1. 

W. W. Moore, .Jonesboro. 

H. A. Teagiu*, Siler City. 

\V. M. Burns, Cumnock. 

Dr. O. B. Stroud, Ore Hill. 

R. F. Andrews, ^faundalc 

J. T. Ellington, Bynuni, R. L 

J. L. Griffin, Pittsboro. 

\V. V. Cheek, Ore Hill. 

E. P. Ellington. Bvnnm. 

\V. C. Teague, Siler Citv. 

K. A. Mc:Masters, StaleV. 

C. II. Smith, Sanford. 



15. B. Webster, Causey. 

S. B. Richardson, Southern Pines 

i). 1^. Webster, Siler City. 

C. P. Fox, Staley. 

L. Moon, Harper s X Roads. 

>ieiU HunloiJ, Stead, R. I. 

Sandy Run. 

A. B. Jones, Ellenboro. 

Ussen Morrow, Rutherfordton. 

J. D. Lattimore, Lattimore. 

J. A. McCrane, Gaffney, S. C. 

J. S. Hammett, Gati'ney, S. C. 

U. J. Culbreath, Clitfside. 

J. W. Duncan, Bostic. 

J. R. ]\loore, Caroleen. 

\>'. R. McDutte, Golden, 

J. W. Melton, Gamble's Store. 

^L Li Bridges, Forest City. 

J. V. \Vare, Forest City. 

A. L. ]\lclviney, Landrum, S. C. 

T. W. Aldredge, Henrietta, X. C. 

J. P. Bridges, Mooresboro. 

^1. A. Walder, Henrietta. 

W. B. Moore, Henrietta. 

(J. ^L C'olee, Rutherfordton. 

X. Bridges, Gaffnej', S. C. 

Eli Hoyler, Bostic. 

\\'. G. Crow, Bostic. 

(). A. Hamrick, Ellenboro. 

J. R. ]Mathney, Ellenboro. 

A. D. Lancaster, Forest Citv. 

C. C. Simmons, Gaffney, S. C. 

H. F. Turner, Ellenboro. 

J. M. Lewis, Rutherfordton. 

J. T. Ruppe, Rutherfordton. 

J. W. Pope, Bostic. 

< )scar Jones, Ellenboro. 

South Fork — 1907. 

F. A. McAllister, Alexis. 

L. B. Lawing, Iron Station. 

J. A. Luper, Belmont. 

\Vm. Johnson, Henry. 

C. M. Wells, Lincolnton. 

E. M. Childress, Hickory. 

J. A. Whitener, Xewton. 

R. P. Havener, Hickorv. 

R. S. Lewis, Dallas. 

S. A. Xewton, Gastonia. 

J. M. Ballard, ]\Iachpolah. 

L. L. Jenkins, Gastonia. 

T. H. Roberts, Mountain Island. 

W. L. Boatwright, Hickorv. 

G. P. Abernathy. IMcAden'sville. 
E. L. Carpenter, High Shoals. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL 8UPERIXTEXDEXTS. 



U9 



W. A. Whitener, Kidsville. 
T. J. Hoover, Ciouse. 
J. O. Allen, Lincolnton. 
S. L. Boliiiger, Lowell. 

C. L. Chandler, Gastonia. 
Frank Drum, Lincolnton. 

L. P. La wing. Iron Station. 
E. L. Whisenant, Maiden. 
J. P. Kimbro, McAdensville. 
Jno. D. Howe, Mt. Holly, 
M. C. Laney, Maiden. 
W. E. Clark, Maiden. 
M. J. Hagar, Alexis. 
R. L. Lewis, Newton. 
J. T. Ervin, Catawba. 
A. C. Smith, Claremout. 
Marion Hoffman, Henry. 
Sallie Haefner, Rupsville. 
A. L. Cline, Southside. 
J. L. Featherstone, Lowell. 
W. H. Caldwell, Lincolnton. 
W. P. Rhone, Newton. 
A. J. Cook, Hickory. 
J. W. Griffin, Hickory, 

South River, 

G. W. Starling, Cooper. 
Jno. L. Autry, Aiitryville. 
N. T. Williams, Cooper. 
J. B. Young, Dunn. 

D. C. Matthews, Wade. 

J. T. Williams, Autryville. 
G. B. Bedsole, Autryville. 
W. W. Hobbs, Parkersburg. 
Jno. A. Gates, Fayetteville. 
J. H. Warren, Huntley. 
J. B. Bedsole, Autryville. 
D. C. Carter, Buckhom. 
J. B. Bryant, Stedman. 
M. M. Sessoms, Roseboro. 
J. T. Williams, Cooper. 
I. T. McLamb, Huntley. 
I. C. Howard, Roseboro. 

C. H. Butler, Qinton. 

D. L. Downing, Roseboro. 
A. P. Howard, Salemburg. 
0. D. Strickland, Dunn. 
Randall Williams, Orange, 

E. T, Turlington, Qinton. 

South Yadkin. 

W, G. Shermer, Advance. 

C. L. Clark, Eufola. 

A. T. Hord, Cleveland. 

E. S. Parks, Salisbury, R. 1. 

A. L. Bostian, China Grove. 

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R. L. Lowry, Salisbury. 
J. W. Creason, Cooleemee. 
G, W. Miller, Salisbury, R. 6. 

C. R. Myers, Salisbury, R. 5. 
J. B. Cain, Cana. 

J. N. Wyatt, Mocksville, R. 3, 
M, J. Hendrix, Mocksville. 
J. N. Barron, Harmony. 

D. C. Livengood, Mocksville. 
N. T. Byerley, Mocksville. 

F. P. Yates, Mooresville. 

W, C. Blaylock, Statesville, R. 4. 

J, R. Warren, Eufola. 

J, L, Yost, China Grove, R. 1. 

J, E. Goodman, Rockwell. 

C. L. Burcli, Spencer. 

J, F. Mitchell, Cleveland, R. 2, 

J. C. Abernathy, Statesville. 

J, M. Goodman, Mt. Ulla. 

C. S. Minor, Salisbury. 
J. 0. Purnell, Statesville. 

Geo. E. Woodward, Statesville, 

G. W. Long, Salisbury, R. 4. 

Stanly. 

A. P. Harris, Albemarle. 
J. L. Morton, Albemarle. 
W. T. Russell, Albemarle. 
A. M. Teeter, Big Lick. 
A. Austin, Ford. 
A. F. Morton, Bloomington. 
N. J. Eagle, Richfield. 

E. D. Thompson, Cottonville, 
W. J. Connell, Carker. 

W. R. Littleton, Albemarle. 

D. W. Gorman. Concord, R. 7. 
T. L. Miller, New London. 

A. A. Hartsell, Locust. 

J. H. Arrington, Mt. Pleasant, A. 1 

G. W. Henderson, Norwood. 

J. E. Crook, New London. 

E. F. Eddins, Palmerville. 
A. E. Eudy, Mt. Pleasant. 
R. C. Dry, Big Lick. 

J. W. Goodman, Albemarle, 
J. P. Whitley, New London. 
L. H. Cooper, Porter. 
W. L. Teeter, Carker. 
James Thomas, Albemarle. 

Stone Mountain, 

C. M. Caudill, Trap Hill. 
W. H. Snow, Trap Hill. 
A. J. Billings, Moxley. 

F. H. Parsons, Wilbar. 
John Roof, Mulberry. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



Solomon Brown, Mulberry. 

G. W. Miles, Miles. 

M. J. Bodenhammer, Austin. 

H. y. Hix, North Wilkesboro, R. 1. 

J. F. Royall, Miles. 

J. D. Myers, Doekery. 

Stony Fork. 

A. H. Dula, Kel=ey. 

J. W. Harrison, Blowing Rock. 
J. W. Hendrix, Middle Cane, 

B. F. Wilcox, ^IcGuire. 

D. L. H. Lovell, Boone. 

R. L. ^\■agner, Stony Fork. 
W. R. Gragg, Grand Father. 

A. G. Beshears, Summit. 

Surry. 

I. W. Reed, :Slt. Airy, R. 3. 
Sever Brant. Ararat. 
W. :M. ^^■ood, Rocklord. 
J. F. Haymore, Dobson. 
W. L. Reece, Dobson. 

C. C. Poindexter, Elkin. 
F. T. Snow, Zephyr. 

S. A. Patterson, Siloam. 

B. D. Reece, Mt. Airy. 
J. S. May, Crutchfield. 
John Bledsoe, Crutchfield. 
T. C. Debord, I^one Gap. 

S. M. Burchette, Uimmette. 
F. I. Lewellin, Round Peak. 
R. W. Boyles, Round Peak. 
J. G. Burru-;, Rockford. 
K. Thompson, Kapps Mills, 
Ivy Dodson, Rusk. 
F.'t. Bledsoe, Cody. 
A. A. Lovd, Rusk. ' 
J, D. Creed, Mt. Airy. 
U. H. Martin, Ronda. 

Tar River. 

John Parker, . Heathsville. 
H. D. Hemmings, Ivitchin, 
S. L. Bobbitt, Henderson, 
S, J. Bartholomew, Castalia, 
J, B, Fulghum, Louisburg, 
J. 0. Faulkner. Louisburg, 

E. L. Hale, Littleton. 

E. D. Fleming, Vaughan, 
Spurgeon Shearin, Essex. 
J. S. Roystcr, Hendevr-on 
A. H, Glover. Glover. 
H. J. Cordle, Littleton. 
T. B. Wilder, Louisburg, 



J, L. Coleman, Mason. 

J, W, Strange, Mapleville. 

M, C, Duke, Marmaduke. 

W. H. Staliings, Spring Hope. 

B. C, Joyner, EJm City. 

W. C. Strickland, Wood. 

W. H. Johnson, Laurel. 

W. B. Daniel, Henderson. 

G, C. Hughes, Henderson. 

M. M. Parish, Henderson. 

B. S. Rice, Spring Hope. 

G, W, Duke, Nashville, 

J, H. Cheeves, Sutton, 

Joe Love, Kitchin, 

Ruffin Griffin, Castalia, 

J, K, Dickens, Roanoke Rapids, 

W, 0. Williams, Spring Hope. 

J. B. Parrish. Alert. 

W. C. Parker, Wise. 

W. B. Brantley, Wakefield, 

L. W. Holloman, Henderson. 

J, A. Shepherd, Elberon. 

W, E, Hawks, Warren Plains, 

A. D. Harris, Warrenton. 

D. B. Pearce, Castalia. 

Tennessee River. 
No rei)ort since 1906, 

Three Forks, 

W, J, Farthing, St. Jude. 

E, J, Farthing, Sugar Fork. 
J, R, Wilson, Reece, 

L. J. Mikeal, Hackett. 

T, F, Cook, Sr., Dark Ridge. 

1). D. Dougherty, Boone, 

Alex. Brown, Vilas, 

J. D. Brown, Blowing Rock. 

^^^ F. Sherwood, Amantha, 

A, P. Bolick, Blowing Rock. 

G. W. Byrd, Goo Goo. 

W. B. Xorris, Hale. 

Roy Dotson, Vilas. 

Ervin Green, Whaley. 

G. W. Smith, Hopkins. 

E. G. Minton, Boone, 

S. T. Carroll, Virgil. 

W, 1^L Norris, IMoretz. 

J. C. Chappel, Balm. 

Solomon Younce, Beech Creek. 

G. W. LIcGinnis, Vilas. 

D. S. Shores, Blowing Rock. 

J. H. :NLast. Mast. 

H. D. Gwynn. Elk Park. 

John Penley, Zionville. 

W. A. Tugman, Amber. 



SUXDAY SCHOOL mPERINTENDENTS. 



151 



G. W. Robbins, Sliulls Mill. 
E. A. Goings, Penley. 
L. N. Perkins, Boone. 
A. J. Tester, Peoria. 
J. M. Hodge, ]\Iabel. 
George Ivoten, Zionville. 
Henry Glen, Watauga Falls. 

Transylvania. 

Hamp Jones, Cedar Mountain. 

J, M. Bunning, Horse Shoe. 

J. M. Hamlin, Brevard. 

Hershel Gorren, Brevard, R. 1. 

C. C. Duckworth, Brevard, 1. 

S. E. MfC'all, Bosnian. 

M. L. Jones, Penrose. 

G. T. Glazener, Brevard. 

W. C. Ray, Pisgah Forest, R. 2. 

Wait Kilpatrick, Etowah. 

W. E. Hall, Nineveh. 

J. M. Morgan, Calvert. 

C. W. Henderson, Quebec. 

C. M. Moore, Rosman. 

N. M. Rains, Rosman. 

Street Burns, Cedar ^Mountain. 

G. W^ Smith, Balsam Grove. 

W. C. Boren, Galloway. 

Lee R. Fisher, Rosman. 

Tuckaseigee. 

A. C. Bryson, Balsam. 

B. A. Brown, Tuckaseigee 
J. N. Wilson, Cullowhee. 

C. M' Dills, Dillsboro. 
G. C. Crawford, Willets. 
Cole Buchanan, Gay. 
Garland Dillard, Willets. 

S. M. Brooks, Green's Creek. 
W. A. Henson, Beta. 
Jno. Hyatt, Whittier. 
M. M. Pressley, Speedwell. 
T. C. Brv>on, Sylva. 
J. T. Gribble, Webster. 
J. H. Bradley, Wilmot. 
J. B. Bishop, Gay. 
E. Watson. Glenville. 

Union. 

J. S. Baucom, Unionville. 
J. S. Simpson, Monroe. R. 
T. A. Marsh, Marshville. 
Findley Franklin, Monroe. 
G. W. Baucom, Monroe. 
W. M. Hanev, Marshville. 
W. H. Helms, AVaxhaw, R. 1, 



J. B. Staton, Marshville. 

W. L. Biggeis, Unionville, R. 1. 

J. T. Black, Waxhaw. 

N. A. Funderbush, Monroe, R. 1. 

J. C. Morgan, Marshville. 

J. W. Bivens, Wingate. 

T. J. James, Unionville, R. 2. 

F. B. Ashcroft, Monroe. 

W. E. Walden, Monroe. R. 1. 

F. H. Morgan, White Store. 
J. E. Sustar, Matthews. 

J. R. Hair. Monroe, R. 8. 

P. H. Mills, Marshville, R. 3. 

J. J. Williams, Peachland. 

J. B. Nash, Monroe. 

J. B. Underwood. Monroe. R. .5. 

J. W. Pritchard, Olive Branch. 

J. G. Gulledge, Monroe, R. 1. 

B. L. Goodwin, Monroe. 

J. H. Melton, Monroe, R. 4. 
N. H. Presley, Monroe, R. 6. 
A. B. Helms, R. 6. 
L. J. Waters, Waxhaw. 

G. A. Tucker, Wingate, R. 1. 

West Chowan. 

A. 0. Kiff, Ahoskie. 
E. C. Harrell, Aulander. 
W. A. Thomas, Cofield. 
W. C. Hughes, Coleraine. 
Geo. T. Hoggard, x4.hoskie. 
R. J. Majette. Como. 
H. J. Ward, Merry Hill. 
T. Gilliam, Windsor. 

C. A. Godwin, Ahoskie. 
J. E. Vann, W^inton. 

J. W. Holloman, Harrellsville. 

D. R. Britton, Coleraine. 
C. C. Jenkins, Aulander. 
Edwin Lassiter, Conway. 

A. Lassiter, Conway. 

C. L. Stephenson, Gumberry. 
J. W. Rose, Margarettsville. 
C. W. Mizelle, Windsor. 

B. F. Williams, Harrellsville. 
G. M. Holloman, Woodland. 

C. A. Harrell, Quitsna. 
J. J. Taylor, Cremo. 
W. E. Perry, Ahoskie. 
P'. J. Long, Jackson. 
J. E. Tvler, Kelford. 

J. R. Phelps, ]\Iurry Hill. 

J. C. Williams. Lewiston. 

W. R. Bridgers, Lasker. 

Jordan Edwards, Margarettsville. 

J. E. .Jordan, Powellsville. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEXTIOX 



J. H. Parker, Murfreesboro. 
T. J. Stephenson, Seaboard. 
J. W. Boone, "Winton. 
C. A. Ives. iMurfreesboro. 

A. E. Sanders, Aulander. 

J. R. Carstarphen, Garysbiirg. 

West Chowan. 

E. B. Lassiter, Poteeasi. 
J. S. Hughes, Anuetta. 
W. F. Cole, Windsor. 
J. P. Holloniau, Rich Square. 
W. J. Lassiter, Lasker. 

B. F. Martin, Conway. 
P. C. Jenkins, Roxobel. 

J. R. Crocker, Seaboard. 
E. Segget, Windsor. 
J. A. Woodard, Severn. 
R. L. Edwards, Ahoskio. 
John Freeman, Ahoskie. 

C. H. Griffin, Woodhmd. 

Western North Carolina — 1907. 

C. T. Sisk, Andrews. 

W. T. Grave-, Hayesville. 

S. H. Stalcup, Murphy. 

W. J. Winchester, Hayesville. 

T. C. Canup, Hayesville. 

G. A. Sellers, Hayesville. 

N. B. Lovingood, Grandview. 

Carl Scroggs, Brasstown. 

J. F. Palmer, Marble. 

G. S. McBluse. Hayesville. 

G. W. Penland, Elf. 

W. H. Hogsed, Sr., Shooting Creek. 

J. A. Rowland. Anyone. 

W. M. Lowe. Hayesville. 

A. J. Barnett, Murph\-. 

Henry McGuire, iMurphy. 

Wilmington. 

G. W. Smith, Atkinson. 

Z. R. Thompson. Sloop Point. 

W. C. Keith. Carrie. 

C. E. McCullen, Burgaw. 

D. J. Corbett. Sr.. Currie. 
W. M. Molpass, Currie. 
W. E. Tavlor. Richlands. 



L. H. Vollers, Kelly. 

J. T. Marshburn, Ivanhoe. 

M. B. Humj^hrey, -Jacksonville. 

0. D. Molpass, Burgaw. 

J. P. Herring, Wilmington. 
D. M. ^lelvin, Currie. 
A. Carroll, Watha. 
J. N. Lanier, Rocky Point. 
John Walker, Holly Ridge. 
W. M. Larkins, Rocky Point. 
W. S. Eaton, Sneed's Ferry. 
R. M. Squires, Nat Moore. 
W. A. Keenan, Ivanhoe. 
A. F. Bland, Teachey. 
J. H. Jeffries, Willard. 
L. R. Highsmith, Kerr. 
R. T. Rivenbord, Willard. 
G. E. Leftwich. Wilmington. 
C. C. Rice, Wilmington. 

A. L. Vann, Wilmington. 

Yadkin. 

T. H. Scott, Shoals. 
Millard Booe, Cana. 

C. R. Transon, Booneville. 
J. 0. Conrad. East Bend. 

1. J. Crantill, Yadkinville. 
Enos Stinson, Boonville. 

D. G. Martin, East Bend. 
Jno. H .Eaton. Yadkinville. 
W. G. Smith, Hamptonville. 
L. A. Speas, Cana. 

D. M. Holcomb, Jonesville. v 

W. F. Reece, Jonesville. 

U. P. Brown. Cycle. 

T. F. Brown, Booneville. 

H. M. Shore. Cycle. 

C. J. Holcomb, Booneville. 

D. G. Reece, Booneville. 
J. H. Gough, Yadkinville. 

J. A. Wiseman, Yadkinville. 

B. D. Hanser. Williams 
Isaac Shores, Yadkinville. 
A. E. Jeffries, Farmington. 

Yancey. 
No report since 1906. 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY. 



This is uiy first report as Statistical Secretary. I felt peculiar em- 
barrassment in succeeding Bro. H. C. Moore in this work. For twelve 
years he was one of the secretaries of the State Convention, and during 
all this time he was developing plans for accurate records of our finances, 
membership, etc. He had become an expert. I have followed his plans 
as far as I could, and wish to publicly acknowledge the valuable aid he 
has given me. I am aware that there are many errors now, but I have 
used all available data for 1908, and when this could not be secured, the 
most recent available, and when none could be secured, I have used 
approximations based on the reports for discussion in the associations. 
When no report could be secured, I used church and Sunday School 
membership for 1907, but not baptisms and financial tables. Of course 
this lowers our totals in all these items. I ask for any information 
from the brethren which will give fuller and more accurate records of 
our work. 

AGGREGATES. 

Of the i,891 churches whose names are published, membership figures 
are reported from 1.854, with a total membership of 210,154. If the 37 
churches not reporting membership are up to the average of 113 mem- 
bers, they have a membership of 4,181, making 214,335 white Baptists 
in North Carolina. 

Baptisms are reported from 1,226 churches, the total being 12,849. In 
many churches membership but not baptisms of 1907 was used. I am 
safe in saying there were 13,500 baptisms last year. 

The contributions reported to the Associations were as follows : State 
Missions, $32,120.38; Home Missions, $19,058.81; Foreign Missions, 
$32,953.28; Sunday School Missions, $1,273.72; Orphanage, $31,303.42; 
Ministerial Education, $3,973.72; Aged Ministers, $2,911.82; the grand 
total being $123,595.19. 

CONTRIBUTING AND NON-CONTRIBUTING CHURCHES. 

In the following the first number is the churches contributing and the 
last those non-contributing: To some object, 1,577 — 314; State Mis- 
sions, 1,353 — 538; Home Missions, 1,170 — 721; Foreign Missions, 1,319 — 
572; Sunday School Missions, 283—1,608; Orphanage, 1,324—567; 
Ministerial Education, 658—1,233; Aged Ministers, 713—1,178. 

CHURCHES LEADING. 

In membership Asheville First leads, with 1,109, and Raleigh Taber- 
nacle follows with 1,000. In number of baptisms Asheville First leads 
with 170 and Caraleigh is next with 81. The largest contribution to 
State Missions wa& by Scotland Neck, $950.00, Raleigh First being 
next with $816.00; to Home Missions, Charlotte First with $972.83, 
Asheville First giving $650.00; to Foreign Missions, Asheville First 
leads with $1,500.00, and Charlotte First is next with $1,391.56, while 
Durham First follows with $1,000.00; to the Orphanage, Lumberton 



154 y. C. BAPTIST STATE CONYEXTIOX. 

leads Avith $1,021.92. Raleigh First is next with $710.00; to Ministerial 
Education, Raleigh First gives $220.00, and Raleigh Tabernacle follows 
with $106.50; to Aged Ministers Oxford gives $129.00,' Albemarle gives 
$60.50; to Sunday School Missions the Raleigh Tabernacle gives $50.00, 
and Olive's Chapel, a country church, follows with $45.48; to all objects 
Asheville First gives $3,275.00, Raleigh First $3,110.58, tharlotte First 
$3,036.83. 

ASSOCIATIONS LEADING. 

Churches — Chowan 59, Neuse Atlantic 55 ; baptisms — Chowan 524, 
Robeson 494; members — West Chowan 11,397, Chowan 9,823; Sunday 
School scholars — Chowan 6,042, Pilot Mountain 6,033; State Missions — 
Roanoke $2,395.75, West Chowan $2,039.84; Home Missions— Robeson 
$2,253.41, Mt. Zion $1,356.82; Foreign Missions— Mt. Zion $2,743.19, 
West Chowan $2,329.95; Orphanage — West Chowan $2,534.91, Robeson 
$1,942.11; Ministerial Education- West Chowan $521.46, Centrar$379.- 
81; Aged Ministers— Mt. Zion $282.85, Flat River $206.65; Sunday 
School Mis.sions— Mt. Zion $208.35, Robeson $105.79; totals— West 
Chowan $8,883.88, Robeson $8,447.96, 

PER CAPITA CONTRIBrTIONS ASSOCIATIONS. * 

Ten Associations give more than $1.00 per capita to the objects of the 
Convention. The Robeson leads with $1.42; then follows the Mecklen- 
burg-Cabarrus $1.36, Piedmont $1.36, Neuse-Atlantic $1.24, Buncombe 
$1.23, South River (1907) $1.20, Central $1.19, Mt. Zion $1.12, Roanoke 
$1.07, Raleigh $1.03. The following give between 75 cents and $1.00: 
Flat River, Pee Dee, South Fork (1907), South Yadkin, West Chowan, 
Wilmington. Five Associations give 5 cents or less per member. Six 
others give less than 10 cents. 

OTHER AVERAGES. 

Of the 1,854 churches reporting membership, the average is 113; of 
the 1,226 reporting baptisms, the average is 10; the average number of 
members for one baptism is 16 for the whole State; 31 Associations had 
one baptism for 16 or less. Of the contributing churches the following 
is the average. State Missions, $23.73; Home Missions, $16.29; Foreign 
Missions, $24.98; Sunday School Missions, $4.50; Orphanage, $23.63; 
Ministerial Education, $6.04; Aged Ministers, $4.08; all objects, $78.38. 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

Some Associations do not report Sunday School statistics, but have 
Sunday School reports for discussion; 1,669 churches report schools; 
273 report none; 65 branch schools are reported. These figures can not 
be harmonized with the number of churches. 147,150 members are re- 
ported, and allowing a reasonable approximation for churches not re- 
porting we have about 150.000 in ovir Sunday Schools. There is a gain 
of over eight thousand. There are 11,198 officers and teachers. 949 
schools are perennial. The Sunday School enrollment is 70 per cent as 
large as the church membership. 33 Associations are above this average. 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY. 155 

459 churches have a Sunday School membership larger than that of the 
church, and. this is true in two Associations, the Piedmont and Pilot 
Mountain. 283 churches in 40 Associations contributed to Sunday 
School Missions, averaging $4.50 each. Other churches contributed, but 
included it in State Missions or "Other Objects." 

woman's avork. 

There are 873 Societies (including Woman's Missionary Societies, 
Young Women's Auxiliaries, and Sunbeams,) in 50 Associations. There 
are Vice-Presidents in charge of the work in 41 Associations. West 
Chowan leads with 75 societies; Mount Zion has 49, Neuse- Atlantic and 
Eobeson 46 each and the Chowan 40. 

Contributions amounted to $21,685.91. Mount Zion leads with $2,- 
270.48. The following gave over $1,000.00: Central, $1,561.55; West 
Chowan, $1,355.83: Robeson, $1,197.38; Eoanoke, $1,185.42; Piedmont, 
$1,155.89; Buncombe, $1,095.72; Xeuse- Atlantic, $1,088.10. 

BAPTIST SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 

Reports were received from 19 schools and colleges. Bowman Acad- 
emy did not report. Lenoir Academy and Sandy Creek Baptist Insti- 
tute are closed. During 1907-08 there were 4,021 students enrolled. 
There are 73 male teachers and 102 female teachers in the 19 schools 
and colleges reporting. The value of land, buildings, equipment and 
endowment is reported to be $1,003,000. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Twenty-two new churches were organized during last year in IS 
Associations. Ninety churches are reported having preaching every 
Sunday and 87 twice or three times a month. Many Associational min- 
utes do not give information on this point. No pastors are reported in 
203 churches, and we failed to get any report from the Brushy Moun- 
tain and Liberty-Ducktown Associations in time for this report. 

GAINS AND LOSSES. 

We all wish every object could go forward, but in many places we 
allow the cause to suffer. We give below some losses and gains. 

Losses. — Baptisms, 376. Number of Sunday Schools, 10. Numl^er 
Women's Societies, 121. Number churches with baptisms, 77. Church- 
es contributing to the Orphanage, 65; to Aged Ministers, 2; to Sunday 
School Missions, 19. Amount to Foreign Missions, $2,531.85; to Minis- 
terial Education, $204.55. 

Gains. — Churches, 41; church members, 7,970; Sunday School scholars, 
7,683; Sunday School officers and teachers, 148; perennial Sunday 
Schools, 90. Churches contributing to all objects, 35; to State Mis- 
sions, 35; to Home Missions, 11; to Foreign Missions, 92; to Ministerial 
Education, 38. Contributions to State Missions, $2,381.77; to Home 
Missions, $360.85; to the Orphanage, $2,588.62; to Aged Ministers, 
$18.96; to Sunday School Missions, $63.46; to all objects, $2,677.26. 




REV. T. W. CHAMBLISS, 
Pastor Baptist Church, Wadesboro, N. C. 



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